What is 3D CBCT X-Ray?

Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) is a unique type of X-Ray that allows a Dental Surgeon to see the Craniofacial structures, bone, soft tissues and even nerve pathways of a patient, all in a 3D Image. Unlike Panoramic X-Rays which are 2 dimensional, the CBCT scan allows doctors to see buccal/Lingual distance, bone quality and surgically plan the placement of each implant.

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Advantages at a Glance

  • Suitable for a broad range of dental, sinus and temporal bone applications.
  • Panoramic, CBCT and optional one-shot cephalometric imaging in one solution.
  • Selectable CBCT fields of view from 5 cm x 5 cm to 17 cm x 13.5 cm.
  • Very low dose and superb image quality up to 90 μm resolution.

How does 3D CBCT X-Ray work?

A 3D CBCT Scan is done as part of your initial evaluation for Implant placement. You should wear loose fitting clothes and will be asked to remove any metals from your body, including earrings, piercings, hairpins, removable dental appliances, hearing aids, etc.

The 3D CBCT X-Ray is not only useful in the surgical planning of Implants, it is also helpful in detecting tumors and diagnosing Temporomandibular Joint Disorders (TMJ).

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