So why do so many practices continue to use 2D imaging when 3D is available?
The answer is simple. They don't know what they're missing.
The minute I saw my first 3D scan, I was hooked.
There is just so much more information available when you can see all sides of the teeth.
3D imaging allows you to see things that you can't on a 2D image, like how the teeth relate to each other, the location of the roots, and even potential pathology.
3D imaging is also great for treatment planning. You can virtually move the teeth around in 3D to see what the final result will look like. This is something that you just can't do with 2D images.
With advanced 3D technology, you can get a truly accurate picture of the health of your teeth and jaw, so you can make informed decisions about your treatment.