The digital workflow

Making the invisible visible in 3D in diagnostics and planning

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The basis of any gentle, complication-free and targeted treatment is a precise diagnosis of acute and chronic complaints as well as the determination of the individual anatomical characteristics of each individual patient. Like photos, conventional panoramic X-rays show only superimposed two-dimensional images of the very complex and varied three-dimensional jaw and facial structures and can hide pathological processes due to the superimpositions. As with photos taken with your mobile phone, you cannot make a person hidden behind a tree visible in the photo, and yet the person is there.

Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) 

With our 3D scanner, which offers the unique fine resolution of 0.75 micrometers, precise and accurate diagnoses can be made in all areas of dentistry, maxillofacial surgery and cosmetic surgery, which then enable accurate planning and treatment.

Surgeries and prosthetic treatments are precisely planned and simulated in advance on the basis of the precise three-dimensional image of the jaws and facial bones as well as the soft tissue of the face. Therefore, it is already known before the surgery where dental implants have to be placed in order to be able to later place crowns and bridges on implants in perfect cosmetics for a radiant smile. If there is not sufficient volume of bone for dental implants, an individually "tailor-made" and gentle surgical method can be selected and simulated before the surgery in order to fulfil your prosthetic wishes in the shortest possible time. In cosmetic facial surgery (e.g. nose corrections, chin corrections), the extent of the necessary correction for a harmonious face can be determined in advance.

Measurement of bone-density

Bone quality varies genetically and age-related from person to person. Lack of exercise, unhealthy nutrition and vitamin D deficiency have a significant influence on bone quality. The measurement of the jaw bone density with the 3-D scanner decides whether dental implants can be loaded immediately or whether a healing period of several months is necessary in order to guarantee a long-term durability of the implants.

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Prof. Troedhan also carries out 3D planning starting from bone augmentation to final prosthetic restoration for an increasing number of external physicians who want to avoid unpleasant "surprises" for themselves and their patients and want to know whether immediate loading is possible. At your request, we gladly plan Your treatment for Your dentist, too.

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Very often, medical pathologies of the jaw and face region remain undetected in traditional diagnostic procedures with 2D panoramic or intraoral X-rays or are incorrectly diagnosed due to image overlapping. Only the 3D CBCT scanner can clarify unclear complaints, avoid false diagnoses and determine bone density for dental implants.

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Digital workflow

From basic diagnostics in 3D to precise surgical planning, the 3D scanner and its software also offers the possibility to produce of surgical guides for exact navigated implant positioning and immediate restoration with temporary crowns and implant bridges using 3D milling and printing procedures for a rapid and predictable treatment.