DENTAL IMAGING

3D imaging in dentistry is normally only provided by Cone Beam CT (CBCT), which can not be performed at the dentist chair and often requires referring the patient to a different provider. Adaptix’s technology will allow 3D imaging at the dentist’s chair using an intraoral detector.

  • High definition dental intraoral imaging at the dentist chair
     

  • Timely low cost and low dose advanced imaging whenever and wherever it is needed
     

  • Improved and detailed visualization of caries, root morphology, nerve location and other critical structures and pathologies

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Severity of dental caries much clearer on tomosynthesis slices acquired ex-vivo (a) vs conventional 2D PSP image acquired in-vivo (b). Tomosynthesis slice thickness 200µm and 50 x 50µm pixel resolution.

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Tomosynthesis images are much less susceptible to metal artefacts compared with CBCT.

Dental Imaging