Cabinet dentaire Dr Jean-Marc Zurcher SA

Conventional two-dimensional (2D) and
three-dimensional (3D) radiology

or tenfold information

Three-dimensional (3D) radiology clearly overcomes two-dimensional (2D) imaging.


The amount of information provided leads to a planning for implants that is more accurate, faster and more predictable.


3D provides professionals with more precise images:  including teeth position, jaw bones structure, maxillary sinuses size, inferior alveolar nerve position and much more.