CBCT

CBCT is a revolutionary technology that is now available in our practice. It has created an opportunity for patients to receive the highest standard of care without having to undergo invasive testing.

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About CBCT

One of the most common uses of CBCT technology is to evaluate a patient's oral and maxillofacial anatomy so that an appropriate treatment plan can be developed. CBCT has been proven to offer significantly better outcomes for patients undergoing dental implant placement. CBCT technology offers advanced 3-D radiologic images that can be assembled in such a way that allows the Dentist to virtually place implants prior to the procedure, allowing for full visualizations of what to expect prior to surgical intervention. Having the opportunity to virtually complete the surgery or procedure, without the fear of patient complication will allow for the best placement of the implants to occur.

It is becoming the gold standard in evaluating patients in regards to a variety of dental pathologies and complicated root canal procedures.

So leave aside all your fears and apprehensions, and walk into our practice for a safe predictable treatment outcome..!

Our Specialists​

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Dr. Burzin Khan - Chief Dentist

Prosthodontist & Implantologist

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Dr. Niralee Shah

Prosthodontist & General Dentist

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Dr. Ektaa Sheth

Prosthodontist

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Dr. Anubha Jain

General & Aesthetic Dentist & Implantologist

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Dr. Ritika Parikh

General Dentist

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Frequently Asked Questions. (FAQ)

CBCT is a revolutionary technology that is now available in our practice.  It has created an opportunity for patients to receive the highest standard of care without having to undergo invasive testing. 

What is the treatment procedure?

The treatment plan is customized according to each patient’s requirements. Overall the treatment is typically divided in several stages. In the initial planning stage, the dentist evaluates the condition of the mouth taking into consideration the patients desires, and cost requirements. A series of impressions are made for study models as well as intraoral photographs are taken to zero in on an ideal treatment plan. A wax up is made to give the patient an approximate estimation of the final treatment outcome.

In the active treatment stage necessary procedures are performed. The patient is maintained on a set of temporary crowns for a period of 4 to 6 weeks so that the patient is used to the new rehabilitated bite. Once the patient has adjusted to the new bite, rest of the procedure is completed with permanent restorations.

In the maintenance phase, patient is recalled for six monthly or annual clean ups and checkups.

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