Hybrid pixel detectors are transforming the field of dentistry by enabling advanced imaging and diagnostics, enhancing treatment planning, and improving patient care. These innovative technologies have revolutionized dental procedures, providing dentists with high-resolution imaging capabilities and accurate diagnostic tools.

Digital Dental Radiography

Hybrid pixel detectors are widely used in digital dental radiography, replacing traditional film-based X-ray imaging. These detectors capture X-ray images of the teeth and jaws with high sensitivity and resolution. The resulting digital images can be viewed instantly, allowing dentists to make accurate diagnoses and treatment plans. Direct conversion detectors provide a wide dynamic range, reducing the need for retakes and minimizing radiation exposure to patients.

Cone Beam Computed Tomography

Hybrid pixel detectors are utilized in CBCT systems, which provide three-dimensional images of the teeth, jawbones, and facial structures. CBCT technology enables precise planning for dental implant placement, orthodontic treatment, and surgical procedures. Direct conversion detectors capture the X-ray images with high spatial resolution and low noise, allowing for detailed visualization of anatomical structures and accurate assessment of bone density and morphology.

Intraoral Imaging

Hybrid pixel detectors are used for intraoral imaging, where the detector is placed inside the patient’s mouth to capture close-up images of individual teeth or specific areas. Intraoral imaging is commonly used for diagnostic purposes, monitoring tooth decay, evaluating the fit of restorations (such as crowns or fillings), and assessing periodontal conditions. Hybrid pixel direct conversion detectors provide high-resolution images that enhance diagnostic accuracy and facilitate treatment planning.

Orthodontic Treatment Planning

Hybrid pixel detectors play a crucial role in orthodontic treatment planning. They allow for the accurate measurement of tooth positions, angles, and bone structures. These measurements aid in the planning and evaluation of orthodontic treatments, including the placement of braces, aligners, or other orthodontic appliances. Direct conversion detectors provide high-resolution images that assist in assessing the progress of treatment and optimizing treatment outcomes.


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