Precision Diagnosis with Planmeca CBCT

At TRU Dental, we are dedicated to staying at the forefront of dental technology to provide our patients with the highest quality care. One of the advanced technologies we utilize is the Planmeca Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) system.

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What is Planmeca CBCT?

Planmeca CBCT is a state-of-the-art imaging technology that allows us to capture highly detailed 3D images of the teeth, jaws, and surrounding structures. This advanced imaging technology provides us with a comprehensive view of your oral anatomy, enabling us to diagnose and plan treatments with unparalleled precision.

How Does Planmeca CBCT Work?

During a Planmeca CBCT scan, the patient sits or stands in the CBCT unit while the scanner rotates around their head, capturing multiple images from different angles. These images are then reconstructed into a detailed 3D model of the patient’s oral anatomy, which can be viewed and manipulated on a computer screen.

Key Benefits of Planmeca CBCT

Precise Diagnosis: Planmeca CBCT provides highly detailed 3D images, allowing us to accurately diagnose dental conditions such as impacted teeth, infections, and bone abnormalities.

Comprehensive Treatment Planning: With its detailed imaging capabilities, Planmeca CBCT enables us to plan complex dental procedures such as dental implants, root canal therapy, and orthodontic treatment with greater precision and accuracy.

Minimized Radiation Exposure: Planmeca CBCT uses advanced imaging technology to minimize radiation exposure while still providing high-quality images, ensuring the safety and well-being of our patients.

Improved Patient Understanding: The detailed 3D images produced by Planmeca CBCT help patients better understand their dental conditions and treatment options, empowering them to make informed decisions about their oral health.

Efficient Workflow: Planmeca CBCT streamlines the diagnostic process by providing comprehensive imaging in a single scan, reducing the need for additional imaging procedures and saving time for both patients and dental professionals.