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3D Imaging CBCT

Cone Beam Computed Tomography ( CBCT) is an advanced 3 D Imaging Modality that has high clinical applications for Dental and Maxillofacial Imaging.

Cone Beam Computed Tomgraphy ( CBCT)

CBCT is highly accurate and is able to provide a 3 Dimensional volumetric data in Axial, Coronal and Sagittal Planes.

Radiation Exposure dose from CBCT is 10 times less than from Conventional CT scans during maxillofacial exposure.

Oralvision equipped with J Morita's Veraview X 800 holds the capacity of procuring scans from 4x4 cm to 15X14 Cm. This unit offfers a minute voxel size of just 80 micrometer providing higher resolution images of 2.5 LP/ mm  field of view of 4x4 cm.

This unit comes with 360 and 180 exposure modes, 360 degree mode can be used for greater acuracy and 180 degree mode can be used for lower X-Ray dose and a quicker exposure time.

A uniquely shaped Field of View ( FOV) with 10 cm encompasses the entire dental arch. Imaging of the entire arch can be executed  with less X-Ray dose by excluding areas outside the region of interest.

The Veraview X 800's largest field of view of 15 cm allows  a scan of the entire jaw region.


Field of View  ( FOV) Or Region of Interest (ROI)

Field of view refers to the anatomical area of the patient that will be exposed to radiation or the anatomical area that will be included in the data volume.

Oral vision equipped with J Morita's Veraview X 800 provides the CBCT scans with FOV ranging from 4x4 cm to 15x14 cm.

Significant FOVs provided with Veraview X 800 are : 4x4 cm (in high resolution of 80 microns), 4x8 cm, 8x4 cm, 8x5 cm, 8x8 cm, 10x8 cm, ( in 125 microns) 15x5 cm and 15x14 cm ( in 320 microns).



Procedure:


For scanning purposes, you will be asked to remove jewellery, eyeglasses and any metallic object that may obscure the images. You have to stand erect with the teeth engaged in the sterile bite block and face resting on a small shelf. There is a forehead support to prevent patient movement. During the time of shooting the X-Ray it is important for one to stay still while the X-Ray source and the detector revolves around you a 360 degree rotation or less. As any patient movement during the scanning will result in errors in the X-Ray. During this whole procedure no discomfort is felt.



CBCT Uses:


Dental Implants:

 Virtual Implant Simulation




Impactions

Endodontic Evaluation

Periodontic Evaluation

Orthodontic Evaluation

Facial Traumas

Oral and Maxillofacial Pathologies

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

TMJ Visualization

Paranasal Sinus Evaluation

Airway Assessment

ENT Evaluation

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