The Cone Beam test (dental TAC) is made to evaluate, on a three-dimensional plane, the anatomic structures of the oral cavity.
In the TC, the images of the axial section of the anatomic area in question are placed in a dedicated software and elaborated by the specialist with a program that produces other two different images:
The information received become fundamental for a correct visualization of the implant site.
These images allow the dentist to carry out a three-dimension study of the height, the size, the width and the quality of the bone ridges. Thanks to the perfect identification and location of vital structures such as vessels and nerves, it is possible to safely avoid interfering with these structures during the implant positioning, that will be much easier at this point.
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Dr. Fradeani graduated in medicine and surgery from the University of Ancona in 1979, where he then completed a specialization in Dentistry in 1983. He was president of the European Academy of Est...Read all