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Digital Dentistry

Digital Dentistry

In the modern world, technologies are developing at an incredible speed. The progress doesn’t bypassing the field of dentistry. Many people do not even know what amazing innovative methods digital dentistry offers these days. Let’s see what new approaches in the diagnosis, treatment, prosthetics are used by dentists, keeping up with the times.

Digital dentistry. Diagnostics

High-quality diagnostics is an important step for identifying possible problems in the oral cavity and determining the exact diagnosis. And this, in turn, will help the dentist to effectively cope with the tasks. There are several diagnostic methods that doctors actively use because they guarantee accurate results.

Interoral (intraoral) camera. This is a high-resolution device that allows you to make an effective diagnosis of the entire oral cavity. The camera is connected directly to a computer, which allows you to see the state of the teeth and gums in different angles online. An intraoral camera is an excellent dental assistant. With the help of an interoral camera, a doctor can demonstrate to the patient what is happening with his teeth and gums. He explains exactly how the treatment will be performed.

Visiograph stomatologic. When working with previously sealed teeth, with complicated caries, pulpitis and other diseases, an X-ray examination is necessary. Thanks to the achievements of digital dentistry, a visiograph appeared in the arsenal of doctors. With its use, the doctor and the patient receive a much smaller dose of radiation than with a conventional X-ray. Viziografiya allows the dentist to work to carry out the necessary mathematical calculations and more accurately diagnose.

Digital Dentistry and Diagnostics

CT scan. Not always the dentist has enough information that dental x-rays provide, especially when analyzing certain diseases of the bone tissue or root canals. In such situations, the dentist sends the patient to a CT scan. Most often for examination of the oral cavity and jaw using a cone-beam (rarely – spiral and sequential) tomograph. CT is a popular and reliable method for diagnosis. Cone-beam computed tomography is widely used in dentistry and maxillofacial surgery. It is due to the high image quality and informativeness, speed of research and minimal radiation apparatus. High resolution images and contrast allow the dentist to work with three-dimensional objects (teeth, jaw), and not to build volume with the help of flat images of X-ray machines.

Laser treatment of teeth

Ten years ago, people could not even imagine that it would be possible to treat teeth without a frightening many drills. Now in some areas of dentistry laser, if necessary, is used instead of traditional instruments. Laser treatment is contactless, eliminates severe pain. This type of treatment has its advantages:

  • no risk of damaging healthy tissue;
  • no risk of infection during treatment;
  • suitable for patients who are allergic to anesthetics;
  • after treatment there is no need to grind a tooth.

Orthopedics

Intraoral Scanner.
This is a device with which the dentist can get a digital impression of the teeth and soft tissues of the oral cavity in 3D format. Such an optical scanner allows you to get 3D-data, which instantly displayed on a computer monitor. Scanning the entire dentition takes no more than 2 minutes.

CAD/CAM technology is indispensable in the manufacture of high-quality crowns and prostheses. With its help, a three-dimensional computer model is built, on the basis of which products are then manufactured on a milling machine. This technology is used for the manufacture of crowns, abutments and various bridges made of zirconium dioxide, chromium titanium, cobalt and other materials. The CAD/CAM technology is distinguished by high accuracy, minimizing the risk of possible errors, and high performance.

A 3D printer allows you to make a huge step in dentistry and eliminate the human factor and possible errors following it. After performing a 3-D oral scan using a 3D printer, you can, for example, build a three-dimensional model of the jaw. It will allow you to accurately plan a treatment plan and create the missing part of the jaw system. This is a great opportunity for serious jaw injuries.

Surgery

For surgeons, digital dentistry has prepared such a high-precision instrument as a navigation template. Such templates are made using a 3D printer from polymers and used to properly install implants in the oral cavity, focusing on the data of cone-beam CT. Navigation implantation of teeth helps reduce the risk of possible complications. Also it guarantees high accuracy and safety, minimizes trauma and time for surgery and rehabilitation.

The achievements of digital dentistry are indisputable. If you want to have beautiful, healthy teeth and experience maximum comfort during the treatment, choose clinic which keeps up with the times.