We use a Dental CT Scanner to get a complete picture of the patient’s underlying bone and tissue when evaluating for dental implants.
This state-of-the-art-technology shows a detailed, 3-dimensional cross section of the area being scanned. In conjunction with standard X-rays it provides necessary information for safe and efficient treatment planning.
Getting a CT scan is easy, quick and comfortable. Patients stand allowing for their natural posture and jaw positioning
The CAT Scan Enhances the Way Dentists See Their Patients
Surgical Predictability – Gives dentists the complete anatomical information on bone and pathology prior to surgery, resulting in less trauma and predictable surgical outcomes.
Navigational Predictability – The anatomically accurate iages allow dentists to successfully create surgical plans and surgical guides prior to surgery.
Distortion-Free Measurements – Accurate 3-D images used to create precise treatment plans leading to the most accurate treatment plans and successful surgical procedures.
Work Flow – The scanning takes only 20 seconds and, within minutes, the data is transferred to the workstation computer for the dentist to begin diagnosis and treatment planning