2-Dimensional vs. 3-Dimensional Images
In the dental field, two-Dimensional Images, are also known as a Panorex. These show the teeth in both upper and lower jaws in one single frame.
- Evaluation of wisdom teeth development
- Diagnosis of Periodontal Disease
- Assessment of the TMJ / Jaw Joint
- Oral Pathology Detection
- Orthodontic consulations/Evaluations
THE CONE BEAM ALLOWS US THE SAME PANOREX CAPABILITIES, BUT, ALSO A FEW OTHERS:
Three-Dimensional Images (specifically the 3-D Cone Beam) allows Dr. Myers to compressively view computer-generated frames of a patient’s facial bone development, teeth, sinus, and joint.
- Surgical Placement for Implants
- Visualization of Abnormalities
- Endodontic (root canal) Diagnosis, and Dental Trauma Evaluation