New Xray Machine

New Xray Machine

  • Striking image quality with ASTRA (2D), MARS (3D) and High-Definition mode
  • Two scan volumes for dose reduction and time-efficient diagnostics
  • High resolution (160/100 µm)
  • Simple unit operation for 2D and 3D scans with automatic switching sensor
  • Automatic patient positioning for correct panoramic scans

With a perfectly designed 3D cylinder volume of 8 cm in diameter and 8 cm in height and a standard resolution of 160 µm, ORTHOPHOS XG 3D is precisely tailored to the everyday routines of private practices: it can capture the patient’s whole jaw in a single span. The field of view is large enough to avoid the stitching of several 3D x-ray images and thus multiple exposure to radiation. Yet it is also small enough to be a time-saver in diagnosis.

 

If an even smaller volume is sufficient, then choose the 5 x 5.5cm VOL 2 with a resolution of 100 µm. Whenever you need to see more, the 3D module provides for greater safety. In all standard cases, the 2D module of ORTHOPHOS XG 3D, with extensive panoramic and cephalometric x-ray programs, delivers the x-ray image you need.

Schick 33 intra oral sensor

Our state of art technology allows Gold Standard Implant placement and wisdom tooth treatment to be carried out at our Aldeburgh site. The 3D technology helps us to be much more precise avoiding unnecessary damage to adjacent vital structures.

We are pleased to announce the arrival of our new digital imaging system.  Schick offers high quality, state-of-the art imagery offering many innovative features.  The razor-sharp intraoral x-ray images provide our dentists with the latest technology in aiding fast and accurate diagnosis and treatment planning. This advanced system for general dentistry, endodontics, periodontics or restorative dentistry is a must for any modern dental practice.

Sometimes it is necessary to intervene and repair a broken tooth or remove decay and fill a cavity.  We use the latest non-mercury containing white filling materials for good reason.  They are strong, have an adhesive seal and many have a fluoride base that prevents further decay.

Your long term health is important to us  so we do not use amalgam or mercury fillings in our practice.

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