Where is the installation applied?
Dental installation is used in:
- treatment of soft tissue pathology;
- developing a surgical intervention strategy;
- implant prosthetics.
Using the device, you can identify the following dental pathologies and conditions:
- latent caries;
- uncut teeth;
- injuries due to injuries;
- the presence of pathological processes;
- the degree of destruction of bone tissue;
- malformations of the dentition.
Tooth tomography allows you to choose the appropriate type of implant and predict its behavior, to monitor the state of the structure and tissues after its installation. The CT method helps the patient see the future result of implantation. Computed tomography of the jaw is necessary for visualizing bone tissue, choosing the type and strategy of surgical intervention.
The characteristics of the bone have a huge impact on the selection of implants, the speed of their integration and the long-term consequences of operation. The modern method of creating a 3D model opens up new perspectives in prosthetics. Due to several advantages of computer scanning over classical radiography, it is becoming more widespread.
Advantages of the technique
Computed tomography used at the "Sa-Nata" Clinic, the price of which is quite affordable, makes it possible:
- to get a three-dimensional, but not a flat image of the investigated organ;
- manipulate the picture, which allows you to explore the object from all sides;
- create a data bank, as the results are recorded on a digital medium;
- apply the procedure the required number of times, since the radiation load is significantly lower than that of the x-ray apparatus;
- use in pediatric dentistry;
- minimum scan time is only 60 seconds;
- lack of need for preparatory measures;
- the presence of a much smaller number of contraindications.