Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Tx STUDIO treatment planning software can assist in identifying deformities, such as cysts, tumors, lesions, and changes of the jaw, to avoid potential surgical complications.

Determine precise position of impacted teeth within the alveolar bone, as well as their proximity to adjacent teeth and vital structures, such as the nerve canal, sinus walls, and cortical borders.

Using the i-CAT FLX V8, V10 or V17, clinicians can place and restore with accuracy and confidence.

  • Treat patients with greater surgical predictability and confident outcomes using i-CAT’s 3D treatment planning tools.
  • Use i-CAT’s high resolution, volumetric images and complete 3D views for a more thorough analysis of bone structure and tooth orientation.
  • Collect precise data and map an entire course of treatment for surgical placement of the implant and abutment, all the way to final restoration.

With the i-CAT FLX in particular, I can capture quick, lower-dose exposures as needed. The system also has a QuickScan+ setting that allows for a full-dentition 3D scan at a comparable dose to a 2D panoramic image*. I can now take a follow-up scan for cases where reevaluation is critical and gain much more information than a pan offers. This allows for better monitoring — with significantly less radiation — during the healing process, and for early intervention, when indicated, for optimal long-term prognosis.

—Daniel C. Cullum, DDS

Diplomate, American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Implants Northwest
Coeur d'Alene, ID