CBCT

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Cone Beam i-CAT (implant scan)

Dental radiographic imaging has become one of the most important components in today’s dental practices, and the most important new imaging technology to emerge in the dental industry during the past decade is Cone Beam Computed Tomography, or CBCT.

Our office equipped with i-CAT Precise – the best solution for cone beam 3D and 2D panoramic imaging.

You will not experience discomfort with CBCT Scans conducted at GOSCANS, because our latest technology, ensures that Scans take less than 23 seconds. Treatment plans come to life once a patient has obtained their CBCT Scan. Our Tx Studio software can complete the most complex treatment in just a few minutes.

Are you interested in implants?

  • The i-CAT Precise is the 1st step in deciding whether or not you have sufficient bone structure for implant placement.
  • Did you know that a CBST scan can gently improve success rate of implant placement?

Do you have trouble sleeping?

  • Did you know that most sleep apnea/trouble sleeping is caused by obstruction of air passage ways?
  • A CBCT scan can measure that and allow our specialist or your doctor to create a treatment plan.

Does your jaw click and do have pain in your jaw?

  • Detect TMJ dysfunction by getting your CBST scan today!
  • Out TMJ visualization tool serves as a virtual study model to streamline and expedite treatment

CBCT APPLICATIONS

General Physician:

The i-CAT precise is a tool that can allow accurate diagnosis of multiple conditions, thereby allowing a general physician to rake part in specialty care.

Pulmonologist:

  • Identify the anatomical borders
  • Determine the degree of infection and presence of polyps
  • Assist in airway studies and treatment of obstructive sleep apnea
  • Calculate the actual volume of airway space
  • Determine the point of airway constriction

ENT (Ear Nose Throat):

  • Identify the anatomical borders
  • Determine the degree of infection and presence of polyps
  • Assist in airway studies and treatment of obstructive sleep apnea
  • Calculate the actual volume of airway space
  • Determine the point of airway constriction

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons:

Delivering the ideal field of view for oral and maxillofacial surgery, i-CAT Precise captures both arches and temporomandibular joints in less than 10 seconds, creating a complete blueprint for successful treatment.

General Dentists:

The i-CAT Precise is a specialty toll that may be used by General Dentists to increase accuracy as well as success rate in a number of specialty Procedures.

Periodontists:

  • Locate and determine the distance to vital anatomic structures
  • Measure alveolar bone width and visualize bone contours
  • Determine if a bone graft or sinus lift is needed
  • Select the most suitable implant size and type
  • Optimize the implant location and angulation
  • Increase case acceptance
  • Reduce surgery time
  • Built patient confidence

 

Endodontists:

  • Get more accurate identification and diagnosis of periapical endodontic pathosis compared to conventional radiography
  • Visualize unclear internal pulpal anatomy and root canal systems
  • Assess internal and external root resorption processes
  • Identify root fractures and other areas of trauma
  • Compare volumetric and density of periradicular bone following endodontic treatment. This assess the degree of success or failure
  • Pre-surgical planning

Prostodontists:

  • Locate and determine the distance to vital anatomic structures
  • Measure alveolar bone width and visualize bone contours
  • Determine if a bone graft or sinus lift is needed
  • Select the most suitable implant size and type
  • Optimize the implant location and angulation
  • Increase case acceptance
  • Reduce surgery time
  • Built patient confidence

Orthodontics:

  • 3D views of vital structures
  • 3D evaluation of impacted tooth position and anatomy
  • TMJ assessments of condylar anatomy in three dimensions
  • Airway assessments
  • Planning for placement of dental implants for tooth restoration or orthodontic anchorage and for placement of temporary anchorage devices (TADs)
  • Assessment skeletal symmetry or asymmetry

 

Take your CBCT Scan with Go Scans in our office.

Please, download our Go Scans referral form.