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Dental CT Scan
What is a Dental CT scan?
CT stands for computed tomography (CT), which is a medical imaging procedure that combines data from several X-rays measurements taken at differernt angles to produce a detailed image of structures inside the body. A CT scan can produce a 2-dimensional images or "slice" of the scan body part, a good analogy is to look at a "slice" of bread within a whole loaf bread. These slices can be computed to create a 3-dimensional cross-sectional image. Dental CT scans are used to determine the best location to place dental implants or provide a more indept view of your teeth and bone structure.
Dental Implants Solutions Northwest uses a Instrumentarium OP300 Panorex + cone beam scaner. The Orthopantomograph® OP300 is a comprehensive 3-in-1 imaging platform that combines advanced panoramic imaging with either cephalometric and or cone beam 3D imaging. The versatile OP300 delivers high-quality panoramic x-rays plus focused (6 x 4 cm) and mid field of view (6 x 8 cm) cone beam imaging, perfect for dental implant planning.
Where to get a Dental CT scan near me
While you can get a CT scan at a near by Radioraphy or Diagnostic imaging company, the doctors and staff at Dental Implants Solutions Northwest specialize in Dental CT scans using our Instrumentarium OP300 Panorex + cone beam scanner. We are located in Covington, WA. and are easily accessable via WA-167 for patients coming from Seattle, Renton, Kent, and Federal Way.
Dental CT scan cost
The cost of a Dental CT scan will vary by facility and location. If you have insurance and would like to find out if your dental CT scan is covered, please contact us to determine your deductible and co-pay. Our Dental CT scan cost for cash patients are as follows:
- Dental CT scan cost for patients is $225
- Dental CT scan cost for non-patients is $300
*a USB drive is included in cost.
How to schedule your Dental CT Scan
Give us a call at (425) 224-2452 or fill out our appointment form. Scans usally take less than 15 mintues and you leave with a USB drive containing a copy of your Dental CT scan.
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