The industry's first and only clinically-proven1 anatomically accurate extraoral bitewings
A Comparison of Intraoral versus Extraoral Bitewing Radiography to Detect Proximal Caries and Loss of Alveolar Bone.
Chan, M. (2015). Manuscript submitted for publication. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.
The industry's first and only clinically-proven1
anatomically accurate extraoral bitewings
“Extraoral bitewings using the Planmeca ProMax 3D are undeniably among the "front-line" diagnostic means in my practice for the routine diagnosis of caries and pathology during routine exams. The amount of information relayed far surpasses anything that traditional intraoral bitewings can achieve because they not only show the interproximal areas perfectly, but they also show the periapical bone and surrounding structures. There is rarely any overlap and they are much more consistently taken by my staff. We know we are delivering much less radiation for the amount of information received than with conventional techniques. And of equal importance - they are comfortable for patients - with nothing in their mouths to gag or to abrade them.”
- Eugene L. Antenucci, DDS
Bay Dental Health, Bay Shore, NY
“The Planmeca Extraoral Bitewing technique has become an essential part of our daily workflow. Our patients benefit from lower radiation and greater comfort. Clinically we benefit by seeing more and diagnosing our patients' problems earlier, avoiding unnecessary cost and complications. This has been one of the few technologies embraced by the entire staff.”
- William Yant, DDS
Dental Health Group, Oakland, MD
FULL STUDY1Accuracy of extraoral bite-wing radiography in detecting proximal caries and crestal bone loss Chan, M. (2015). Manuscript submitted for publication. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.