Higher level of care, less radiation and more accurate information.
For a three-dimensional (3-D) image which helps with the diagnosis, treatment planning and evaluation of certain conditions.
For safe manual dental implant placement.
Better results than traditional laser technology when it comes to soft tissue surgery. The high frequency, low temperature radio waves offer better cellular results.
For cutting bone tissue while minimizing trauma to the soft tissue and maximizing safety of the patient.
Better patient experience and precision scanning for highly accurate restorations while eliminating the discomfort of dental impressions.
Ensure proper biocompatibility and clinical performance for soft tissue healing and enhanced bone growth.
High quality patient observation before, during, and after surgery.