Wright Dental Center

3-D Imaging: The Future Is Now!

April 30, 2018
Posted By: James Wright III , DMD
Man in dental chair | Family Dentist Cherry Grove OH

If you are looking for a dentist in Cincinnati who offers advanced procedures such as dental implant placement, orthodontics, and extractions, you should probably double check that they have the latest 3-D technology to make those procedures go as smoothly as possible.

Benefits of 3-D Imaging

Having a 3-D view of the mouth, jaw, bone, and teeth is beneficial for a number of procedures, giving patients better results, overall.

Extractions without the Guesswork

Curved roots, impacted teeth, and overcrowding can make extractions complicated. By knowing the details of each unique case, we can plan accordingly to make your dental extractions, including wisdom teeth, more successful and less invasive.

All great dentistry requires precise planning. Removing teeth is no different, and by obtaining a 3-D view of your troubled tooth and surrounding bone, we know exactly what to expect.

Precise Dental Implant Placement

What makes dental implants so reliable is that they are rooted securely in the bone. Of course, adequate bone is essential both to house the implant post and to support the load of chewing. Since dental implants have no dietary restrictions, placing them into sufficient bone is essential.

3-D imaging allows us to identify and place implants in their ideal location. In many cases, with the information provided by 3-D imaging, we can even avoid bone grafting and sinus lifts. 

Outstanding Orthodontics

Having Clear Correct or Six Month Smiles is about more than just how you look. Teeth need to come together correctly by the end of your treatment to make chewing comfortable and for healthy jaw function.

3-D imaging assists with orthodontic treatment planning for improved function and aesthetics that will make you smile.

Looking for a Cincinnati Dentist?

Dr. James Wright is an experienced dentist in Cincinnati who will help you achieve your goals for your smile and give you the high-quality dental care you deserve. Give us a call today to learn more.

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