3D Imaging (CBCT) in dental use

For many years we have been using this wonderful technology in our practice. In the past few years, we have upgraded our CBCT to the most advance that's available in the market.

CBCT Scan captures information using a cone-shaped X-ray beam, which is then used to reconstruct a 3D image of the area of interest.

This can be very useful when we place implants as well as for diagnostic purposes when performing full mouth reconstruction.

CBCT has been known to assist in the differential diagnosis of oral pathology.

If you need more information feel free to contact one of our staff members. We are the leading dental office in Midtown Manhattan when it comes to the state of the art technology. We got it all!

Dr. Aviram Shmuely

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