Intraoral cameras (IO cameras) produce accurate images of teeth and the supporting structures, allowing patients to see problems with their teeth and/or gums including tarnished or corroded fillings, fractured teeth etc. This also improves the communication with patient who can then better understand the need for the recommended treatment. One of the most important uses of the IO camera is by dental hygienists for educating patients about periodontal disease. It has an impact on a patient to see areas of his or her mouth that are healthy, in contrast to diseased sites.
Intraoral radiographs still remain one of the most important imaging modalities available in dentistry to the dental practitioner. The intraoral technique provides high spatial resolution imaging of teeth and potential associated dental and jawbone diseases. Intraoral radiographs yield the essential diagnostic information for dental implant planning.
Laser dentistry uses laser technology to treat various dental conditions and diseases.
Over the past three decades, lasers have been developed to remove and reshape tooth and gum tissue. This allows dentists to perform some procedures without using scalpels or other traditional instruments.
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