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CBCT Scan in Godstone

Dr. Vishal Doing CBCT Scan On Patient

A CBCT (cone beam computed tomography) scan is a specialised type of x-ray imaging that provides highly detailed, three-dimensional images of the mouth, teeth, and surrounding tissues.


This advanced technology allows dental professionals to diagnose better and plan treatments for various dental and oral health conditions.

During a CBCT scan in Godstone, you will be asked to bite down on a small plastic holder while the scanner rotates around your head.


The scan is quick and painless, typically taking less than 10 minutes to complete.

Some of the benefits of CBCT scans include the following:

  • Enhanced accuracy: CBCT scans provide much more detailed images than traditional x-rays, allowing for more accurate diagnoses and treatment planning.

  • Greater efficiency: Because CBCT scans produce detailed, 3D images, they can often replace the need for multiple x-rays, saving time and resources.

  • CBCT technology is used in the planning process for dental implant surgery to help ensure the procedure is safe and accurate.


Our team at White House Dental and Implant Centrewill work closely with you to determine the best course of action for your dental health and provide you with the personalised care you need to achieve optimal results. Don't wait any longer.


Getting CBCT Scan in Godstone

ScheduleCBCT scan near you at White House Dental and Implant Centre, Godstone, Surrey today and take the first step towards achieving the healthy and beautiful smile you deserve!


Q: How should I prepare for a CBCT scan?

A: No special preparation is necessary for a CBCT scan. However, you may be asked to remove metal objects, including jewellery, glasses, and hairpins, which could affect the images.

Q: How long does a CBCT scan take?

A: The actual scan typically takes less than a minute. The entire process, including preparation and image processing, usually takes less than 15 minutes.

Q: What is a CBCT referral?

A: A CBCT referral is when your dentist or another healthcare provider recommends that you have a CBCT scan to aid in diagnosis or treatment planning.

Q: What should I do after being referred for a CBCT scan?

A: Once referred, you should contact us to arrange an appointment.

Q: Will my insurance cover a CBCT scan?

A: Coverage for CBCT scans varies among insurance providers. It's best to contact your insurance provider directly to understand your coverage.

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