It’s annual service time for the Glasgow clinic’s Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) Scanner.
Like any piece of sophisticated equipment it’s vitally important to have it serviced and maintained so that it works at its optimum.
This fantastic piece of equipment enables three dimensional imaging of the teeth and surrounding structures to be obtained using as low a radiation dose as possible. To ensure the dosage is as low as possible, our EWOO Pax-Due CBCT Scanner allows us to select various sizes for scanning to ensure that we only view the area we require.
The three dimensional CBCT images allow fantastic diagnostic and planning capabilities for the dentists in the clinic and the images can be used for diagnosis, bone assessment, precise location of vital structures, endodontics(root treatment) on difficult teeth.
In addition, using the information gained from the CBCT scans, we can produce 3D models of a patients bone to enable computed assisted planning and design for implant placement is difficult areas. This is made possible using a unique planning software tool offering the possibility of computer guided surgery