What is most important to know in the 3D CBCT technology unlike the conventional IO images, is that this method provides overall 3D view of the teeth. With 4×4/5х5 FOV you receive a scan exclusively designed for endodontic dental treatment.


The endo function measures 4 cm x 4 cm in volume, and the 49.5 micron Voxel pixels are maximally optimized to respond to the field of high interest. It is ideal for use in endodontics because the dentist gets extremely accurate high resolution image.

Quite often, teeth in need of endodontic treatment may have cracks or fractures that contribute to increased sensitivity even after the treatment is completed. By discovering these “openings in the tooth” we save the patient from unnecessary additional treatments.

Many teeth have a complex anatomy in the root canals which makes endodontic treatment quite challenging. By examining the tooth with 3D technology, the endodontist gets a much clearer picture of that anatomy and plans the whole procedure more easily. This results in excellent outcomes.

It is uncommon for many patients to have toothaches whose symptoms do not fit into any of the diagnostic categories. In the past, canal treatment may have been done on teeth that did not even need to be done. Today, with the help of 3D CBCT technology, endodontists can diagnose it very accurately, and effectively distinguish whether endodontic treatment is needed or not.

Although the anatomy and morphology of the teeth are known, some teeth have the so-called “hidden” canals that can be easily missed during the endodontic treatment. 3D CBCT imaging makes this possible because it locates athem with ease and identifies them before the treatment begins.

It is not uncommon for previously treated teeth to have unpleasant symptoms. In some cases it is necessary to re-audit. With 3D CBCT, the endodontist accurately locates the problem from the previous treatment and a better outcome is achieved.