What is 3D cone beam imaging?
The team at Heritage Dental prides itself on providing the latest technologies to patients in and around Montgomeryville, Pennsylvania. This includes access to specialized solutions such as 3D cone beam imaging.
How does 3D cone beam dental imaging work?
3D cone beam dental imaging uses a special x-ray machine to produce detailed images of your teeth and facial structure. The x-ray machine takes multiple “slices” of the scanned area and then combines them into one 3D image. This image is used by Dr. Beth Skovron and her team at Heritage Dental to diagnose dental problems, plan treatments, or perform oral surgeries. This particular 3D dental scan is also used to help plan and place prosthetics like bridges or implants.
What can I expect with my 3D dental imaging?
The entire process typically takes only a few minutes and produces images with much greater detail than traditional dental x-rays. With this technology, Dr. Skovron can get a clearer picture of any issues you may have to provide the best care possible.
Why should I choose a dental practice with digital CBCT x-rays?
3D dental imaging has many benefits. These include:
- Clearer images
- Easy storing of digital data
- Ability to zoom in and out on images
- Reduced radiation exposure for the patient
Capacity to detect problems earlier and treat them more effectively
These advantages make it preferable for dental practices like Heritage Dental to use 3D cone beam dental imaging over traditional dental x-rays. With this technology, Dr. Skovron can ensure she provides her patients with the highest quality care at her state-of-the-art dental practice.
Find out today if you are a proper candidate for 3D cone beam imaging!
At Heritage Dental of Montgomeryville, PA, we are committed to providing our patients with the care they expect and deserve. We are also committed to investing in today’s technology to ensure our providers can access solutions that meet and exceed their unique dental needs. By utilizing digital CBCT x-rays, we are able to both diagnose and treat a wide range of dental issues quickly and accurately so that you have the best experience at our facility. Please contact us today at (215) 792-2227 if you have any dental questions or would like to make an appointment!