Our Scanners
I-CAT Next Generation CBCT
I-CAT Next Generation CBCT
As the newest full field of view scanner developed by Imaging Sciences International, The I-CAT Next Generation is considered the state-of-the-art digital 3D scanner. It produces the highest quality images with a lower radiation dose than its predecessor, the I-CAT Classic, as well as other full field of view cone beam scanners on the market today. An additional advantage of the I-CAT Next Generation is the ability to reduce the field of view to as low as four centimeters.

The I-CAT Next Generation’s high-definition, advanced imaging technology can be used by a variety of specialists, including orthodontists, periodontists, oral surgeons, implantologists, TMJ specialists, sleep specialists and general dentists.

The I-CAT Next Generation features an open environment seated position, a typical scan time of only 8.9 seconds and significantly lower radiation doses compared to traditional CT scans as well as other cone beam scanners on the market today. Since the scan time is reduced there is less potential for patient movement that can adversely affect the quality of the image produced. In addition, the immediate three-dimensional reconstruction of a patient’s mouth, face, and jaw areas enhances doctor/patient communication by allowing doctors to share a visual diagnosis with their patients. This gives patients a better understanding of their treatment options and more confidence when going into treatment.

The 3-D reconstruction gives doctors the opportunity to more thoroughly analyze bone structure, tooth orientation, and joint space, and detect and evaluate deformities and pathologies.


Kodak 9000C CBCT
Kodak 9000C CBCT
The Kodak 9000C CBCT is the latest small field of view scanner developed by CareStream Dental. The Kodak 9000C CBCT is considered the state of the art scanner for high resolution images specifically preferred by endodontists to visualize root and canal anomalies, root fractures, and other pathologies. The limited field of view enables visualization of the area of interest in 3-D with high definition without extraneous anatomy unrelated to the problem at hand.

The Kodak 9000C is a preferred imaging unit due to its relatively low effective dose of radiation. We believe that the technological advances in digital systems have significantly increased the level of detailed clinical information available to oral health practitioners while mitigating the level of patient radiation exposure.



Cadent iOC
Cadent iOC
The iOC Cadent scanner, powered by iTero, is used to take full mouth orthodontic 3-D digital dental impressions. The Cadent iOC scanner eliminates the need to take dental impressions with impression material. These highly accurate, powder free, digital impressions are taken using laser and optical scanning technology.

Dental digital impressions can be used as a beginning, progress, or final orthodontic study model record. The models can be viewed and manipulated in the free OrthoCAD viewing software.

The Cadent iOC scan replaces the need for PVS Invisalign impressions. This highly accurate scan is sent directly to Invsalign who assigns it to the referring doctor's account. The referring doctor can then log into the account and fill out an Invisalign prescription for the patient.

OrthoCAD iQ is a customized per-case service provided by Cadent. The iOC dental digital impression is sent directly to Cadent for computer-guided orthodontic treatment planning and bracket placement. OrthoCad iQ uses straight wire technique to calculate optimal bracket positioning for the referring doctor's prescription. OrthoCAD iQ gives the referring doctor the ability to see post-treatment results on-screen before treatment proceeds. Using a virtual diagnostic setup, the OrthoCAD system places brackets to achieve the prescribed end result. After the setup is approved by the doctor, the pre-set brackets are delivered to the referring doctor in indirect delivery trays for bonding in the patient's mouth. No dental impressions are necessary.