Dr. Barry uses the ORTHOPHOS XG 3D, an advanced dental X-ray system developed by Sirona. The ORTHOPHOS XG 3D takes high-definition digital images in 2D and 3D, which make it easier to identify potential dental health issues and plan treatments accordingly.
The ORTHOPHOS XG 3D is one of the most popular X-ray units in the world. The system is ideal for dental practices and can be used to take safe and accurate digital X-rays on patients on patients of all ages.
The ORTHOPHOS XG 3D has a number of applications that make it ideal for general and family dentistry treatments as well as advanced restorative dentistry procedures. The ORTHOPHOS XG 3D can take a single, uninterrupted scan of the entire jaw, allowing for an exceptional glimpse of the inner workings of a patient's mouth. There are special programs built into the unit that focus on the temporomandibular joint (the jaw joint), the sinuses, and other areas of the mouth.
Since the ORTHOPHOS XG 3D is capable of taking 2D and 3D images, dentists are able to better understand the orientation of the teeth, gums, and bone structures, allowing for more precise implementation of advanced dental procedures, such as the planning and placement of dental implants.
What the Use of ORTHOPHOS XG 3D Means for Patients
Sirona is a leader in dental care innovations with more than a century of history when it comes to dental care. The largest manufacturer of dental technology in the world, Sirona is a preferred partner of countless dental practices, dental labs, and distributors of dental products.
Sirona's earliest innovations include the creation of the first electric dental drill as well as the creation of the first dental X-ray unit. Sirona established itself as its own independent company in 1997.