Cone Beam Computed Tomography:

Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) is a relatively new technology that produces three-dimensional (3D) information of the maxillofacial skeleton, including the teeth and their surrounding tissue, with a lower effective radiation dose than traditional CT scans. CBCT has proven to be an essential tool for successful diagnosis, treatment planning, and post procedure monitoring for endodontic applications. With its accurate and high-quality 3-D representations of maxillofacial structures, CBCT technology offers tremendous improvements in diagnostic capabilities, eliminating surprises and minimizing the need for exploratory surgery. The result: more effective care and improved patient outcomes.

When a patient is referred to our practice, they receive the best possible service with the top technology in the industry. A CBCT scan may provide the following advantages for assessing:


  •     Diagnosis and Canal Morphology
  •     Root Fractures
  •     Internal Resorption
  •     Invasive Cervical Resorption
  •     Perforations
  •     Pre-surgical Anatomic Assessment
  •     Diagnosis of a Failed Endodontic Treatment