In dentistry 3D diagnostics allows us CT device based conical beam (CBCT – Cone Beam Computed Tomography). The device displays structures with high precision with very low levels of radiation. Knowledge of the third dimension of anatomical structures facilitates the planning of surgical procedures and makes them more predictable. It is possible to assess the quality (density) of bones, and detailed knowledge of each patient’s treatment plan. Unlike conventional x-rays of 3D recordings provide full information on the recorded area. It is possible to effectively plan implant procedures in relation to the bottom of the maxillary sinus, direction and position of the mandibular canal, width and slope of the lingual alveolar ridge. It is also possible to accurately diagnose various pathological formations such as periodontal pockets, cysts, root fracture, etc …
In accordance with the ALARA (As Low As Reasonably Achievable) protocols
The optimum volume and location footage for each clinical need
Planmeca ULD (ultra low dose) protocol so that you can find minimal exposure and maximum safety
Planmeca AINO and ARA protocols to every shot was perfect
The ability to record for persons with disabilities, enable easier access
Digital technology greatly reduces the need for X-rays through a very short intervals exposures and digital manipulation to the total dose of radiation was several times lower than the legally prescribed dosage. Devices meet all regulations for radiation protection.
All documents are displayed at a visible place to at all times make sure that the permission of the State Office for Radiological and Nuclear Safety current and respected. X-ray radiation is filtered prescribed thickness of the filter of at least 2.5mm Pb and each patient when exposed to wear a protective apron equivalent 0.35mm Pb.
The report of Institute Ruđer Bošković: