Dr John Lewis is a board-certified veterinary dentist, specialising in dental and maxillofacial problems of dogs, cats, and the occasional zoo animal. Dr Lewis played a crucial role in the jaguar Inka’s oral surgery last autumn and used the Planmed Verity mobile cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) unit to diagnose the issue with Inka’s canine.
When you need detailed information about an animal’s mouth and skull, cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) imaging is the best way to see it all in only a few minutes. Planmeca Group offers the mobility and ease of accessibility of CBCT imaging for veterinary dentists for use on animals of all shapes and sizes - even a jaguar with a damaged canine tooth.
As veterinary clinics are increasingly performing dental care, also the need for training is growing. Planmeca provides various trainings for veterinarians, from basic education to taking intraoral X-ray images and using the Planmeca Romexis Veterinary imaging software.
The innovative Planmeca Ultra Low Dose™ imaging protocol combines clinical image quality with extremely low effective patient doses – enabling 3D imaging with a dose close to standard 2D imaging. Now also available for the Planmed Verity® scanner, the protocol elevates medical CBCT imaging to an entirely new level.