Digital Radiography
Digital Radiography
The advantages of digital radiography -- rapid acquisition time, image enhancement, and low radiation -- are a boon for dentists and patients. I hesitate to say the benefits "trickle down" because the advantages of digital radiography are as clear and immediate for patients as they are for the dentists who adopt the technology.

-          When the digital x-ray image is exposed, it can be sent directly to a computer and viewed right away. For x-ray film to be exposed, a staff member must process it in special chemicals. This takes a few minutes.

-         Digital x-ray images can be enlarged on the computer screen. This makes it much easier for you and the dentist to see the pictures. Traditional x-ray films are viewed actual size.

-          Digital x-ray images can often be corrected without having to make another x-ray exposure.

-         The dental office can print or copy your digital x-ray images. They can also be sent electronically to insurance companies, which may help claims get processed faster.

-          Digital x-rays are environmentally friendly. They eliminate the need for film and film processing chemicals.

-         Digital x-ray images may require less radiation.

3D Scan

3D imaging allows clinicians to view dental anatomy from different angles. A 3D scan can help gain a better view of bone structures, such as adjacent root positions, in order to locate canals and root fractures, as well as provide the ability to more accurately measure anatomical structures. These scans also support a wide range of diagnosis and treatment planning, making them extremely flexible. Further, they increase the possibility of treatment success, granting practitioners greater predictability and confidence in preparing for extractions, performing root evaluations, and placing implants.


3D image data offers implantologists enourmous benefits compared to 2D imaging. You can increase confidence to your implant planning by defining bone structure and quality to avoid complications during surgery, trace sensitive anatomic structures like nerve canals, adjacent teeth and sinuses.

Oral and maxillofacial surgery

You can find the right radiographic assessment tools for surgery planning and follow-up studies from  3D imaging portfolio. Wide range of fields-of view and resolutions allow you to follow ALARA principle. Fast scanning and reconstruction times expedite diagnostic workflow and patient care.


Traditional methods to diagnose periodontal disease include probing and 2D imaging. Clinical studies have shown that CBCT imaging is a reliable and non-invasive method for assessing the success of regenerative therapy. Take a moment to hear it from a specialist by registering to a webinar on the topic.


You can find many imaging solutions for cephalometric imaging and orthognathic surgery planning from Soredex. Excellent diagnostic image quality produced by our cephalometric systems and fast scanning times speed up the workflow. Orthodontic treatment planning is done fast and conveniently with OrthoGo™ software.


CBCT imaging offers valuable diagnostic information for endodontic treatment planning, e.g. evaluation of root canal anatomy, diagnosis of root fractures, trauma and resorptions. The CRANEX™ high resolution 3D imaging modes with SMAR enable visualisation of even the smallest anatomical structures. 

Panoramic X-Ray

A panoramic x-ray is a commonly performed examination by dentists and oral surgeons in everyday practice and is an important diagnostic tool. It covers a wider area than a conventional intraoral x-ray and, as a result, provides valuable information about the nasal area, maxillary sinuses, tooth positioning and gum and bone irregularities. This examination is also used to plan treatment for full and partial dentures, braces, extractions and implants.

Intraoral imaging

Intraoral imaging is the most common X-ray diagnostic method in dentistry. The term intraoral comes from the image receptor being inside (intra) the patient’s mouth (oral). Both the X-ray source and the receptor are stationary during the exposure. Intraoral imaging is used for a variety of different tasks such as diagnosing caries, endodontic file location, inflammation of the teeth, etc. Intraoral imaging produces a wide range of clinically relevant dental views, e.g. periapical, bite wing, Full Mouth Series (FMS) and occlusal.

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