Hey everybody! Spring has finally come upon us and we’re happy to see the sun peak out from the clouds once again. In today’s newsletter, we wanted to address a very useful technology that will make your future dental implant restorations and treatment more successful than ever before.
We’re talking about the CBCT scanner, which stands for Cone Beam Computed Tomography. This machine is truly a game-changer when it comes to planning treatments, especially dental implants. If you’re looking for the dental standard for recreating the function and beauty in your smile, it’s through dental implants planned with a CBCT scanner.
Our practice understands that other tooth replacement options exist, but here’s the thing about dental implants. We look at dental implants and don’t see just any restoration. Dental implants recreate the nature of your old tooth down to the roots, not just the crown that goes on top. If a tree doesn’t have its roots, it can’t flourish, right? When teeth have roots, the mouth and gums flourish in the same way a tree’s branches and leaves flourish when supported by their own foundation, a root system.
Additionally, your dentist has many uses for the CBCT scanner that are worth mentioning,