3D dental imaging is slowly becoming the new standard of care in dental practices. 3D dental scanning allows dentists to digitally reconstruct your teeth in 3D. Dental practitioners can interact with this 3D model and visualize aspects of the model that would otherwise be difficult or impossible to access. This new perspective allows clinicians to more effectively diagnose an issue or provide a more effective means of treatment. 3D dental scanner is most commonly utilized for cosmetic and restoration purposes, such as reconstructive therapy or oral surgery. 3D imaging allows for planning and customizing services for procedures such as bone grafts, implants, and root canals. 3D scanning is also often used to create 3D images for orthodontic treatment.