Dr. Aaron Molen: What low dose scanning with the i-CAT FLX means for orthodontics [VIDEO]

May 14, 2015

Dr. Aaron Molen of Molen Orthodontics says the i-CAT FLX is changing what 3D imaging means for case planning in orthodontics.

Dr. Aaron Molen of Molen Orthodontics says the i-CAT FLX is changing what 3D imaging means for case planning in orthodontics.

With the i-CAT FLX, clinicians are able to capture initial orthodontic workups and progress scans with a lower dose in just 4.8 seconds.

“It’s amazing,” says Molen. “It’s going to allow us to use 3D for our mid-course corrections … our final evaluations. It’s going to allow us to really move forward in providing patients the best care via the best diagnosis, which results in the best treatment plan.”

Check out this interview with Dr. Molen as he explains the benefits of the i-CAT FLX:

Features of the i-CAT FLX dose control:

  • Capture information critical to treatment through a clinically responsible approach that controls radiation exposure to the patient.

  • i-CAT®’s adaptable settings allow you to select customized fields of view for broader or targeted areas of interest.

  • Use the lower dose 4.8 second scan in orthodontics to capture dramatically more information in detailed 3D images while managing radiation dose.

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