High Resolution Cone Beam CT for dental implants, in Melbourne.

Based in Melbourne CBD, Clayray Dental Radiology is your local team of experienced radiology personnel with a primary focus on Cone Beam CT for dental implant planning and endodontics. We combine our technical knowledge in 3D volume image reconstruction, with our experience in dental to deliver you results that aid with your treatment planning process. We work with dental and oral surgeons from all around Melbourne to deliver high quality Cone Beam CT imagery for planning dental implant procedures.

About our CBCT service

Our goal is to deliver the best Cone Beam CT results to both you as a referrer, and your patients. We recognise the importance of Cone Beam CT in todays world of implant planning and endodontics. Every patient’s scan is checked meticulously before the patient is allowed to leave our clinic.

Appointments are required so that we can deliver the best experience to your patients and ensure that you receive the results on time. We understand that sometimes that you may require a CBCT scan for a patient on short notice- That’s why we also allow for walk-in appointments where possible. At the end of the day, we know that your patients are important to you, and they are to us as well.

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Clayray Dental Radiology
Farrer House
F  03 9650 5356

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Cone Beam CT for Implants

Cone Beam CT is used to determine the volume of bone that is available to place a dental implant. The CBCT scan will demonstrate the bone height, width and vital structures within in so that the dental implant can be placed safely by your dentist, specialist or oral surgeon.

Cone Beam CT for Invisalign/braces

Cone Beam CT is used sometimes used prior to orthodontic treatment when unerupted teeth have been confirmed on the OPG or are suspected. The CBCT scan will help demonstrate where the unerupted tooth is, it’s position and placement to vital structures. The Cone Beam CT scan will also demonstrate these structures in 3D volume render that gives the referrer and patient a more visual interpretation of where the unerupted teeth are positioned in the patient’s jaw.

Cone Beam CT for root fractures

CBCT scans help in the identification and detection of root fractures. Cone Beam CT scans are referred to determine whether a root canal treatment is the best option of treatment, or whether the tooth may need to be treated in a different way.

Cone Beam CT for Wisdom teeth extraction

Cone Beam CT scans help the clinicians visualize where the inferior dental nerve is for lower wisdom teeth extractions.