Articles and Papers
3D Intraoral Tomosynthesis and Related Topics
Articles and Papers
Endo Tribune, The World's Endodontic Newspaper, U.S. Edition | April 2022, Volume 6 - NO. 1
PORTRAY® brings 3D Tomo to intraoral imaging. Dentists can obtain more clinical information, resulting in more actionable diagnoses. The power of intraoral Tomosynthesis imaging has been optimized to give the dentist more information about teeth, root conditions and bony structures.
Dental Tribune U.S. News | April 2022
Intraoral Tomosynthesis is now available to dentists nationwide. The PORTRAY® System is the first stationary intraoral Tomosynthesis X-ray imaging device to receive 510K premarket clearance from the FDA and is the result of two decades of discovery, innovation and development.
Dental Products Report | April 2022, Volume 56 - Issue 4
The PORTRAY® System is a nanotechnology-based 3D imaging system offering high-resolution X-ray image quality. The 3D image provides layer by layer virtual dissection of the oral cavity, depth information, and removal of structural overlap…
Xintek Nanotechnology Innovations, School of Dentistry Department of Sciences Division of Oral Radiology, Department of Physics and Astronomy, and Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
Intraoral Tomosynthesis using Carbon Nanotube (CNT) X-ray Technology: Primary Caries Detection.
- The authors recently demonstrated the feasibility of a stationary Intraoral Tomosynthesis system (sIOT) using carbon nanotube (CNT) field-emission X-ray technology for dental applications¹
- The system allows rapid, low-dose, 3D image acquisition without mechanical motion...
Dental Faculty Practice Radiology Group, Dr. André Mol | Department of Diagnostic Sciences School of Dentistry, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
Comparison of a stationary Intraoral Tomosynthesis using a carbon nanotube field emission X-ray source and conventional two-dimensional imaging for proximal caries detection. An observer study.
- To compare stationary Intraoral Tomosynthesis (sIOT) with conventional 2D intraoral imaging for caries detection.
Dentomaxillofacial Radiology (2020) 49, 20190504 British Institute of Radiology
The role of stationary Intraoral Tomosynthesis in reducing proximal overlap in bitewing radiography.
- This study examined the utility of stationary Intraoral Tomosynthesis (sIOT) in opening proximal contacts in bitewing radiography.