3D CB CT Diagnostics

It is inevitable in modern dentistry to rely on a proper diagnostic background. As a special feature, this device produces razor-sharp images with uncompromised diagnostic visibility.

What is 3D CBCT?

With 3D Cone Beam CT scan, various areas can be studied separately, from several directions, without superimposition. As opposed to traditional X-ray images, there is no distortion here and due to the 1:1 ratio of the images, precise measurements can be made. We can generate layer images, so called “slices” of the area of interest, which can also be reconstructed in 3D. In addition, we can obtain information not only of the quantity, but also of the quality of the bone.

What are the unique features of this equipment?

As a special feature, our scanner not only produces razor-sharp images with uncompromised diagnostic visibility, but its scan field has a unique reuleaux triangle shape instead of the typical cylindrical form. Due to the shape of the field of view, irrelevant areas outside the jaw are excluded from scanning, thus reducing the already minimal radiation dose by a further 10-12%.

How much is the radiation dose?

By using traditional CT scans, patients were exposed to significant radiation. In contrast, by using Cone Beam CT, radiation dose drops to the 1% of this value, which is the magnitude of radiation exposure in traditional imaging procedures. Scanning requires 20-40 seconds, followed by fast image reconstruction. This scanner can produce 3D images in 6 different sizes:

How does the scan take place?

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Visible differences between traditional 2D X-ray and 3D CBCT scans.

Frequently asked questions and answers about CB CT

QUESTION: Am I exposed to too much radiation during a CB CT scan?
ANSWER: This dental CBCT exposes the patients to a radiation dose equal to that of a flight from Europe to the USA. Conversely, we can obtain a huge amount of information on the anatomy of the teeth and the nerve structures, facilitating the elimination of complications, and thus making the treatment much more successful.

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