Good Teeth are a Blessing and one Korean Company wants Everyone to have Blessed Chompers
In Korea, having a good set of teeth is considered as one of the five blessings one can have. I don’t know about the other four blessings, but I am sure they aren’t as important as healthy teeth.
I believe that the same would hold true across the ages and in all countries around the world – people have to eat to live, and without our teeth, we wouldn’t be able to enjoy our lives to the fullest.
While we all appreciate the importance of our teeth, going to the dentist is every person’s nightmare – that cold, metallic taste of dental apparatus… ugh! Just thinking about it should make you shiver. But what could be a worse experience than going to the dentist? It must be going to a bad dentist. Imagine that your dentist can’t determine where you have a problem, or worse, doesn’t have good eyesight.
In the last few years, though, the techniques that dentists use have advanced significantly, giving doctors with whole new array of tools.
Among these, new 3D imaging technology from companies like VATECH enables dentists to do incredible things they couldn’t have dreamed of 10 years ago: the quality of the images they have of our teeth have dramatically improved. It’s like giving dentists HD vision.
At the core of the 3D imaging technology is Picasso-Trio, the world first 3-in-1 system that offered all types of diagnostic images for the dental area: CBCT, Panoramic and Cephalometric. As the world’s best seller with more than 2,000 units installed Picasso-Trio’s field of view (FOV) covered the whole arch with just one scan.
Meanwhile, VATECH’s proprietary PaX-i dental diagnostic x-ray system provides superior image quality. It is also the world’s first technology to apply highly sensitive Flat Panel X-ray Detector (FPXD sensor) for its one-shot cephalometric imaging that renders superior image quality. This is especially important for dental diagnosis.
Lastly, VATECH’s PaX-Duo3D is the most simple 2 in 1 system realizing CBCT and Panoramic image. It offers various FOVs, from 5X5 to 12X8.5 which are the standard FOVS for dental use. In turn, these various FOVs extend the coverage of diagnosable areas. Thanks to Auto-switching function, you may not need to change the sensor between Pano and CBCT mode. With one fingertip, you can freely change the image mode between Pano and CBCT.
Aren’t these new technologies just amazing? Yeah I know- you still have to visit the dentist’s office, but it gives you added peace of mind. At least you know your doctor is looking at a clear image of your problem area if she’s using imaging products from VATECH.