3D Imaging for Oral Surgery Greensboro and Asheboro NC 

Digital ImagingAt The Oral Surgery Institute of the Carolinas, we are at the forefront of dental technology, committed to providing our patients with the most advanced and effective solutions with our 3D imaging. There are many types of oral surgery and surgical procedures. We are committed to our unique approach that is centered on personal care and attention to detail. Each of our experienced doctors and team members at The Oral Surgery Institute of The Carolinas strives to ease your concerns, answer all of your questions, and make every patient feel like family.

What is 3D Imaging for Oral Surgery?

Is a revolutionary technology that allows our oral surgeons to capture precise three-dimensional digital images of the oral and maxillofacial structures. Unlike traditional X-rays, this advanced imaging technique offers a comprehensive view of the teeth, bones, nerves, and soft tissues with remarkable detail. The Cone Beam CT Scanner utilized in our offices ensures a higher level of accuracy and efficiency in diagnosing and planning oral surgery procedures.

Benefits of 3D Imaging for Oral Surgery

1. Precision in Diagnosis:

The detailed three-dimensional images obtained through 3D imaging enable our surgeons to make highly accurate diagnoses. This precision is necessary for planning complex procedures such as dental implant placements, orthognathic surgery, and the treatment of oral pathologies.

2. Enhanced Treatment Planning:

With 3D imaging, our oral surgeons can picture the anatomy of the oral and facial structures from various angles. This enhanced perspective aids in developing personalized and effective treatment plans, ensuring optimal outcomes for our patients.

3. Reduced Radiation Exposure:

Digital X-rays, including 3D imaging, use significantly less radiation compared to traditional X-rays. This prioritizes patient safety while still providing highly detailed images for diagnostic purposes.

4. Streamlined Communication and Collaboration:

Our digital technology allows for the seamless sharing of 3D images with specialists, such as orthodontists, or insurance companies if needed. This facilitates efficient communication and collaboration, ensuring a coordinated approach to your oral healthcare.

Our Locations

To make advanced oral surgery solutions accessible, we have two convenient locations:

  • Greensboro Office: 6 North Pointe Court, Greensboro, NC 27408
  • Asheboro Office: 303 Ross St, Asheboro, NC 27203

3D Imaging – FAQs

Is 3D Imaging Safe, Considering Radiation Exposure?

Yes, 3D imaging is safe, and it involves significantly lower radiation exposure than traditional film X-rays. The benefits of precise diagnosis and treatment planning far outweigh the minimal risks associated with radiation. Ease your concerns by discussing the safety of 3D imaging with our experienced team. Contact Us Today! 

Do I Need New Imaging If I’ve Recently Had X-Rays At My Dentist’s Office?

In some cases, existing X-rays may suffice, but the need for new imaging depends on the specific oral surgery procedure. Bring your recent X-rays or have them sent to our office for our surgeons to assess. ave time and resources by discussing your existing X-rays during your consultation. RM Locations – The Oral Surgery Institute 

How Does 3D Imaging Benefit Dental Implant Placement?

3D imaging provides a comprehensive view of the bone structure, allowing our surgeons to identify the optimal locations for dental implant placement. This precision enhances the success and longevity of dental implant procedures. Explore the advantages of 3D imaging for dental implant planning by scheduling a consultation. 

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Take Action for Your Health Today!

Your oral health journey begins with a visit to one of our state-of-the-art facilities, where our skilled oral surgeons utilize 3D imaging technology to ensure the highest level of care.

Embrace the future of oral surgery with 3D imaging at The Oral Surgery Institute of the Carolinas. Contact us today to schedule your consultation and witness the transformative impact of advanced technology on your oral healthcare.