Top - Conventional 2D images, Bottom - 3D intraoral images. Arrows in the 3D intraoral images point to caries which are not visible or barely in the 2D images.
The TomoD system has other clinical uses aside from increased caries detection. XinVivo along with faculty members of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are currently conducting additional imaging trials that will evaluate the TomoD system's ability to detect root fractures and periodontal disease along with evaluating it's ability to perform implant site assessment and root canal planning. Additional 3D intraoral imaging clinical cases will be added periodically to this page.