Do you need standard dental work or a procedure abroad?
IMPLANTIS Dental Clinic in Krakow, Poland offers excellent staff, state-of-the-art diagnostic and medical equipment, and a pleasant, professional atmosphere.
IMPLANTIS Dental Clinic is equipped with an in-house 3D dental CT scan Carestream 8100 3D (KODAK).
Each patient can get on place much-needed images that are necessary for effective diagnosis and treatment planning.
The 3D dental CT scan that we have in our clinic uses the EWOO software, which is guaranteed to bring about precise 3D imaging results of both the whole oral cavity, and the jaw bone.
The most accurate dental implant treatment planning can be achieved thanks to the dental CT scan, which make easier for a dental implantologist to have a clearer view of the patient’s jaw bone and remaining teeth. The clear images from the in-house CT scan also make it possible for dentists to avoid any damage to sensitive structure surrounding the area that needs to be treated – so that patients are assured of the safest dental procedures possible.
The images obtained using the in-house 3D dental CT scan are helpful to reduce surgery time. Each patient can look forward to having the necessary treatment without a prolonged surgical time frame.
The images are also beneficial in presenting the patient with a more clear-cut visualisation of what the treatment will involve.
What is a Dental CT Scan?
Dental CT Scans enables us to select the best location for your implants and plan the details of your surgery with pinpoint accuracy, well before the operation.
How does a Dental CT Scan differ from conventional X-rays?
Routine dental x-rays are two-dimensional; they only show the location of your teeth and the height of the bone. These x-rays are often distorted, and they cannot depict the thickness of your jawbone. A CT Scan, on the other hand, is distortion free. It illustrates the density of the bone and provides three-dimensional and cross-sectional views of your jaws. These images allow us to accurately measure the amount of bone that is available for implants.
So why do I need a CT Scan?
A CT Scan help us dentist determine whether you are a good candidate for implant surgery. This can save you an unnecessary operation. Because the scan tells us a lot more than conventional x-rays, it helps to prepare for your surgery. A CT Scan means we will know the exact location of anatomical structures, the contours of the jaw bone, and the best sites for your implants before surgery. That means less operating time, and fewer complications for you.
Do I need to do anything special? And what will happen to me during the CT scan?
You do not need to prepare for the CT scan. You may be asked to remove any jewellery from your head and neck so that it does not interfere with the scan. Once in the examination room, all that you have to do is keep still for those few minutes that the scan takes so that clear pictures are obtained. We will provide you with a mouthpiece to bite on; this will separate your jaws and help you to keep them still. You will not feel anything and in less than 10 minutes you will be finished.
What about the radiation aspects?
The Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) scanner is compact in size and the relatively low radiation dosage of the CBCT scanner makes it ideally suited for imaging dental structures.
John ( 57 years old) can’t stop smiling after restoration of the whole upper and bottom jaw using dental impalnts and porcelain crowns.
Before dental treatment in Krakow – IMPLANTIS
After dental treatment in Krakow – IMPLANTIS