Technology

Our practice uses state-of-the-art technology. With this technology Dr. Logue can provide the latest advances in the field of oral and maxillofacial surgery. This technology can provide information for the best and most predictable treatment plans, deliver oral surgery services in the safest environment, and aid in a speedy recovery.

Scanora 3D®

Easy • Effective • Versatile

Cone Beam 3D and digital panoramic imaging combined in one system.

The Scanora 3D® is a three dimensional cone beam scanner and digital panoramic system. This technology allows Dr. Logue to view the maxillofacial anatomy in 3 dimensions and is extremely useful for diagnosis and treatment planning of dental implants, wisdom tooth and supernumerary tooth removal, and pathology.

SCANORA® 3D combines low dose, fast imaging and high accuracy. Standard resolution offers fast imaging with low dose, suitable for most diagnostic tasks. High resolution improves accuracy with slightly higher imaging time and dose.

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Dental Implant Surgical Guide

Prior to dental implant surgery a “Surgical Guide” is fabricated at a dental laboratory. This guide aids Dr. Logue in placing the dental implant in the most ideal position for predictability and esthetics. Radiopaque markers used in the surgical guide in conjunction with a cone beam scan can verify placement location of the dental implants.

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Digital Radiography

Digital Panoramic X-ray

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Digital Periapical X-ray

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Digital Periapical X-ray of a dental implant

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Digital Panoramic X-ray

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Digital Periapical X-ray

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Digital Periapical X-ray of a dental implant

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Digital Panoramic X-ray

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Digital Periapical X-ray

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Digital Periapical X-ray of a dental implant

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Benefits of Digital Radiography

The images are produced instantaneously.  No lag time for developing.  Saves the patient time and saves the doctor time.

The images can be viewed on a computer monitor or mobile device.

The images can be shared with the referring dentist via e-mail.

Digital radiography provides a clearer image than conventional radiography.  This is better for diagnostic reasons.

Reduced radiation exposure to the patient than conventional radiography.

The images can be enlarged for case presentation and patient education.


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