It’s conservative but really comprehensive.
And unlike 2D radiographs, CBCT imaging shows us all of your dental and facial structures, including the nerves, tooth roots, joint space and sinuses, in 3D. It helps our doctors take alignment to the next level, leading to spectacular outcomes and smiles that promote better health.
How does CBCT imaging work?
While you’re seated, the scanner rotates around your head capturing hundreds of different x-ray views in under a minute. The 2D image slices are then stitched together to create vivid, 3D images of your anatomy. Dr. Talley and Dr. Clark use the high-definition, detailed scans to develop an accurate diagnosis and an efficient, precise treatment plan.