At Napa Sonoma Oral Surgery & Dental Implants, we want to ensure you have the best experience possible. This means we keep up to date on the latest advancements and technology in oral and maxillofacial surgery. At our state-of-the-art practice, our office is equipped with 3D cone beam CT scanners and 3D intraoral scanners. Both of these create three-dimensional imagery to gain the best understanding of your unique facial structure and condition. 3D cone beam CT scanners are used to visualize the underlying structures of your mouth, while 3D intraoral scanners are used to create digital images of your teeth and gums. You may receive one or both of these scans as a part of your unique treatment plan. In general, 3D scans are taken during your first visit to our practice.
Both of these technologies expedite your treatment process by eliminating the need for messy tray impressions and additional appointments and allow us to view results right away. We can even electronically send this information to your referring dentist or other specialists taking part in your care. For dental implant patients, these images can be sent to your referring dentist’s preferred laboratory for the custom fabrication of your crown.
3D Imaging in Sonoma and Napa, CA
Drs. Boynton and McMahon and their highly qualified and compassionate staff aim to ensure every patient receives the care they deserve. Napa Sonoma Oral Surgery & Dental Implants utilizes the latest 3D scanning technologies such as 3D cone beam CT scanners and intraoral scanners to ensure patients can achieve their oral surgery goals in a safe and comfortable manner. If you are interested in dental implants, full-arch restoration, or any other oral and maxillofacial surgery procedures, please contact our office in Sonoma or Napa, CA, to schedule a consultation appointment. We look forward to meeting you.