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COLLEGEVILLE,PA — Technology has improved the way in which dental treatment is carried out,and one area where this is particularly true for Philadelphia, PA dental implants expert Dr. David DiGiallorenzo is in the 3D ConeBeam Imaging arena…………sourced from…….
- It is quick and painless for the patient, said DiGiallorenzo, a Philadelphia, PA periodontics specialist. Patients sit in a chair for a single, 10-second scan. From that scan, colorful 3D views of facial bones, teeth and other details can be viewed from several angles and in greater detail than traditional X-rays.
- Patients are exposed to lower radiation dosages than medical-grade CT scanners.
- Multiple types of 3D images can be created and viewed, making it easier for dental professionals to gain a complete understanding of each patient’s physiology prior to formulating a diagnosis and treatment plan, said the Philadelphia, PAperiodontist.
- It generates precise images and eliminates magnification errors that occur in traditional X-ray technology.
- It enables more accurate assessment of the jaws for placement of dental implants.
“I have been exceedingly pleased with this type of technology,” Dr. DiGiallorenzo says. “It has proved to be helpful in preparation for dental implant procedures and through its use, it has enabled us to have much greater success in placing implants.” The Philadelphia, PA periodontists in DiGiallorenzo’s practice have used 3D ConeBeam Imaging for years.
“It’s difficult to imagine not having this technology at our disposal,” DiGiallorenzo says. “It has been a game-changer in the way we diagnose and create treatment plans for our patients. We are much more confident in our accuracy as a result of this imaging.”
To learn more about 3D ConeBeam Imaging, or if you wish to schedule a consultation with DiGiallorenzo, a Williamsport, PA periodontist, please call (610) 409-6064 in Collegeville; (570) 322-4741 in Williamsport; or visit his website: www.perioimplants.us.
About Dr. David Digiallorenzo
Dr. David Digiallorenzo graduated from Temple University School of Dentistry in 1993 and completed a specialty in periodontics and dental implantology from the University of Pennsylvania in 1995.
He is a past associate clinical professor at the University of Pennsylvania in the Department of Periodontics. He teaches nationally and internationally and is a regular contributor to dental literature.