Professional equipment

Computed tomography of the jaw - application

Computed Tomography (CT) scans are essential in providing precise diagnostic information for dental treatment in the following areas:

  • Implantology: CT scans allow for precise determination of the amount of bone present at the site of a planned implant procedure.
  • Endodontics (root canal treatment): CT scans aid in the detection of additional root canals, objective assessment of periradicular changes, canal connections, and evaluation of the accuracy of existing fillings.
  • Orthodontics: CT scans are used to locate impacted teeth (with a particular focus on upper canines) and identify supernumerary teeth (resulting from irregular positioning of teeth in the dental arch or delayed eruption).

Tomographic dental 3D scan

Our computer tomography laboratory is equipped with a specialized CS 9300 computer tomograph that performs panoramic, cephalometric, and, above all, 3D computer tomography. Radiodiagnostics are essential for proper diagnosis in dental treatment.

The device has a wide range of imaging capabilities and uses highly advanced technology provided by cone beam computed tomography, or CBCT.

The obtained 3D image allows for a detailed analysis of anatomical structures and their three-dimensional reconstruction. Cone beam computed tomography is used in endodontics, periodontics, surgery, orthodontics, and laryngology. It also plays an extremely important role in implant planning and treatment, allowing for accurate measurement of bone thickness and precise planning of implant location and insertion.

The examination is performed digitally, which has allowed for a reduction in the radiation dose absorbed by the patient. The device also has a pediatric mode for children.