At Perfect Smile, we ensure that we have the leading-edge technology available at our clinics that helps you achieve your perfect smile.
As part of our recent investment in technology, we have recently purchased a state-of-the-art CT Scanner, allowing us to provide everyone with the best possible care before and after your treatment.
Becoming the centre for referrals in London, our CT Scanner allows us to:
- Observe detailed anatomical structure.
- Avoid damage to sensitive structures such as nerves in the process of implant surgery, making procedures
safer, quicker and less painful.
- Check impacted teeth positions accurately.
- Know exactly what is going on in your mouth, enabling us to build a treatment plan which helps you to achieve your perfect smile.
- Provide treatment for sensitivity.
- Plan pre-implant surgery effectively, with a full 3D image of your jaw.
- Improve our surgery success rate, to keep you smiling.
- Reduce surgery time as a result of a more accurate diagnosis.
- Provide a fast and painless diagnosis.
3D Rotation and Fine Tuning
Verification of intra oral structure by 3D rotation and fine tuning. All CT images can be turned and rotated in any angle and is able to check both structure and soft tissue. 3D volume rendered image is very effective for patients’ clear understanding.
The image can be confirmed through viewing the slices from the different angles. Furthermore, by adjusting a single planar image, the other 3 images will show the corresponding changes.
The most essential function of CT. Slicing can be done from any direction. It is possible to make a cross sectional path on any MPR window including 3D image.
Observation of Detailed Anatomical Structure
MPR allows viewing of sliced images (Min 0.1mm) from various directions and angles. Allows checking and rotating of 3D structures on 3D image capture screen.
Avoiding Damage to Sensitive Structure
The alveolar nerve is at significant risk during all stages of surgery. Therefore, extra care must be taken during implant surgery to avoid damage to nerves. Viewing the cross-sectional image allows confirmation of anatomical structure & actual position.
Checking of Impacted Teeth Position Accurately
Impact tooth is shown to be in contact with inferior alveolar canal, but cross-sectional image from CT clearly shows it is separated from inferior alveolar canal.
Planning Pre-implant Surgery Effectively
Dentists can study their cases repeatedly and modify the virtual surgical implant placement until they are fully satisfied with the plan.
Reduced Surgery Time
Pre-verified surgery plan through implant simulation with accurate anatomical information of oral cavity and maxillofacial regions creates a higher level of confidence in surgery.
Getting Patient’s Confidence
Presenting implant simulation with 3D images provides easier understanding of information for patients and improving patient compliance.