Photograph of dental phantom (Top-Left) and standard 2D radiograph (Top-Right). Selected 3D intraoral images demonstrating detail in buccal molar roots and simulated buccal defects (Bottom-Left), palatal molar root and tooth fractures (Bottom-Right).
3D Intraoral ImagingThe TomoD system is a nanotechnology based 3D intraoral imaging system offering unprecedented image quality and diagnostic accuracy. The 3D image provides a layer by layer virtual dissection of the oral cavity. Compared to conventional 2D intraoral systems it provides depth information and removes structural overlap that often times obscures correct diagnosis, with the same imaging dose to the patient.
- Significantly improved image contrast
- Increased detection rates
- Easier image interpretation
- High resolution
- Virtual dissections
- Lower dose than other 3D imaging systems