3D Intraoral Scanning

The 3D intraoral scanning service we offer as Denttera is a method that reflects the latest technological developments in dentistry and provides our patients with a superior experience. This advanced technology offers our dentists a unique imaging opportunity in cases that require precision and accuracy in oral and dental health. In this way, our treatment processes progress more effectively and quickly, and we are able to offer the most appropriate solutions to our patients’ needs.

3D intraoral scanning is especially important for implant treatments, smile design and orthodontic corrections. Thanks to the detailed images, treatment planning is made more precisely, thus providing our patients with more comfortable and successful treatment processes. In addition, with this method, it is possible for our patients to better understand the treatment processes and increase their confidence in these processes.


3D Intraoral Scanning

As Denttera, we use 3D intraoral scanning technology to provide the best service for our patients’ dental health. Using this technology, it is our top priority to provide innovative and comfortable solutions for your dental health and to gain the satisfaction and trust of our patients. Aiming to provide the most advanced technology and the highest quality service for your dental health, we are on our way to becoming a leading clinic in the field of dentistry in Ankara.

What is 3D Intraoral Scanning?

3D intraoral scanning is a modern dental technology where dentists create a digital model by scanning the oral structures, teeth and gums in three dimensions. This technology offers a more precise and comfortable experience, replacing traditional impressions.

How is a 3D intraoral scan performed?

A 3D intraoral scan is performed using a handheld scanner or intraoral scanning device. The device is moved around the mouth and scans the surfaces of the teeth and other oral structures. These scanners create high-resolution images and combine these images to create a digital model.

What is 3D intraoral scanning used for?

3D intraoral scanning allows dentists to take precise measurements for various dental treatments such as tooth decay, gum disease, smile design, dentures, implants. It is also used for aesthetic smile design and oral health monitoring.

What are the Advantages of 3D Intraoral Scanning?

3D intraoral scanning has many advantages over traditional impressions. These advantages include faster results, less discomfort, fewer errors, greater precision and the ability to store digital data.

Is 3D Intraoral Scanning Painful?

No, 3D intraoral scanning is generally a painless procedure. Most of the discomfort and gag reflex triggers caused by traditional impressions are eliminated with this scanning method.

In which cases is 3D intraoral scanning used?

3D intraoral scanning is used in many different situations such as dental treatments, dentures, implants, orthodontic treatments, smile design and oral health monitoring.

How Long Does a 3D Intraoral Scan Take?

The 3D intraoral scanning procedure usually takes between a few minutes and half an hour. The procedure time may vary depending on the equipment used and the treatment.

When Can I Get 3D Intraoral Scan Results?

3D intraoral scan results are available immediately. The dentist views and processes the digital data while using the scanner, so results are available quickly.

Is 3D Intraoral Scanning Safe?

Yes, 3D intraoral scanning is a safe technology. The devices used do not contain radiation or harmful substances and do not harm the patient’s health.

How much does a 3D intraoral scan cost?

The cost of 3D intraoral scanning can vary depending on the type of treatment, the equipment used and the dentist’s fee policy. It can often be similar or more cost-effective than traditional impressions. It is important to communicate with your dentist about the treatment plan and cost.

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