CHAPEL HILL, N.C., March 13, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Dental implants are a life-like, long-term solution to tooth
Cone Beam (CBCT) technology is an imaging system that produces 3D digital images of the face, including the dentition, nerves and bone structure in incredible detail. Our team of periodontists feel that having a CBCT scan prior to an implant surgery is essential for proper implant placement. "The cone beam is a very valuable tool when placing dental implants because it provides detailed information that you cannot see in a two-dimensional x-ray," says Dr. Douglas Walters. "When treatment planning, we have the ability to virtually place the implant and know exactly what depth and angle the implant needs to be in the bone before the patient ever sits down in our chair."
Getting a CBCT scan is quick and completely painless. It is also very safe. A cone beam image delivers ten times less radiation than a full mouth series of traditional x-rays and provides 100 times greater detail about the patient making it an essential diagnostic tool. Carter M., a patient, says, "It is very important to me that they have the technology that they do. [The technology] is groundbreaking."
Patients with one or more missing teeth interested in the benefits of dental implants can look to Drs. Dorion, Gandini, Kadoma, Walters and Wu for reliable, high-quality care. New patients can schedule a comprehensive consultation in any of the three convenient office locations in Chapel Hill, Apex, and Raleigh by calling (919) 336-5068 or visiting http://www.ncimplantcenter.com.
SOURCE NC Periodontics and Implant Center
Subscribe to our Free Newsletters!
Alström syndrome, a rare genetic disorder due to ALMS1 mutations, occurs in the first year of ...
Sodium zirconium cyclosilicate was approved by FDA recently to use as an oral suspension for ...
Encephalocele is a birth defect where a sac like protrusion of brain and covering membranes occurs ...View All