3D Dental Imaging in Gurnee
3D dental CBCT imaging allows your dentist or oral surgeon to see more anatomy, and with more clarity than traditional film-based dental x-rays. The focused x-ray beam reduces scatter radiation, resulting in better image quality and a lower dose of radiation.
What Is 3D Dental Imaging?
3D dental imaging (also known as Cone Beam Computed Tomography, or CBCT) allows Dr. Hosseini to see more, with more clarity than traditional film-based dental X-rays.
The focused X-ray beam reduces scatter radiation, resulting in better quality and a lower total dose of radiation.
With an enhanced visualization of your teeth, bones, and surrounding hard and soft tissue, Dr. Hosseini will be able to quickly and more accurately see your mouth and craft your diagnosis and treatment plan.
Why CBCT Over Traditional X-Ray?
Dr. Hosseini has invested in CBCT technology to see more of your teeth and surrounding structure as it relates to your dental anatomy.
Traditional dental X-rays are cumbersome and may cause a gagging reflex with their many sticks and stints needed to hold your mouth in just the right position.
3D scans are much more comfortable, much less invasive, and provide a more relaxed and enjoyable treatment experience.
The accuracy, precision, and clarity of images produced by 3D scans allow Dr. Hosseini to provide a better diagnosis and helps prepare for a wide range of dental procedures, like:
- Precision Implant Placement
- Extraction planning for impacted teeth
- Diagnosing temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ)
- Evaluation of the jaw, sinuses, nerve canals, and nasal cavity
- Determining bone structure and tooth orientation
See Us for a Better & Faster Treatment
3D scans produce precise, anatomically accurate images of both hard and soft tissues with exceptional detail and clarity. These images allow Dr. Hosseini to plan and place dental implants exactly at the right position with perfect alignment and height.
3D scans are equally useful in creating anatomically precise oral devices that position the mouth in such a way to even help you prevent snoring at night.
To learn more about 3D Dental Imaging in Gurnee, visit Ariata Dental today.