3D imaging lets our dentists see the patient’s anatomies in all dimensions by creating a 360 degree analysis. These images give our dentists a complete makeup of the jaw, face, and associated structures – something unattainable in 2D imaging. The 3D scan also exposes issues previously undetectable with traditional methods, giving our dentists better insight into the relationship between patient’s underlying dental structures and soft tissue. Such detailed information greatly increases the accuracy, precision, and efficiency of patient diagnosis and treatment. As a result, our dentists discover the unexpected well in advance of a procedure, shorten treatment planning time, and increase diagnostic accuracy and surgical predictability.