Precision-led dentistry in Stone, Staffordshire
At our Staffordshire dental practice, we pride ourselves on our patient-centred and precision-led dentistry. We are always seeking new ways to improve and upgrade our treatment plans for our patients, and now with our 3D scanners we can. We can now provide detailed dental scan,s so you can better understand your areas of focus, your treatment journey, and how we can continue to support your dental health.
We use the iTero 3D scanner to show you your predicted outcome of your Invisalign treatment. We understand that Invisalign treatment can represent an investment, but when you see your potential results with the iTero 3D scanner you will be amazed at what we can achieve. It also ensures effective care of your teeth, helping us fit your Invisalign aligner precisely for a better treatment experience. Invisalign treatment is already tailored to you, but the iTero allows us to make it entirely unique to you.
We also use the advanced Planmeca CT scanner to provide high quality digital dental imagery. This means that, should you require a scan prior to treatment or are experiencing a problem with your teeth, we can show you in detail the area of concern. This 3D scanner makes digital dentistry accessible to you, demonstrating exactly where we should be paying our attention. We can tailor treatment plans, come up with solutions centred around you, and better visualise how we can move forwards together.
Take a look at the amazing results we have helped our patients achieve by 3D Scanning
Through detailed scanning and digital dental imaging, the iTero captures a high-quality and three-dimensional scan of your teeth. With this scan, this advanced technology then predicts your teeth movement through your Invisalign treatment, showing you an accurate prediction of your treatment outcome. This outcome is generated from the scan, so it is unique to you and can help you decide whether Invisalign treatment is for you.
This advanced digital dentistry tool is used for detailed scans of your teeth should they be required. Most commonly they are used to view tooth movement and suitability for dentures, dental implants, and other teeth straightening methods. They show us the construction of your mouth and jaw, allowing us to demonstrate any areas of concern and provide you with valuable insight into your teeth positioning.
3D scanners and their detailed imagery allow you to see in real-time and personal format your areas of focus. They are not a generic example or a randomly generated demonstration, they allow us to show you your teeth and your personally-developed treatment plan. Basically, you can know what it is going on with your teeth and jaw at any given time and how our treatments will help.