At Central Dental Care, we do everything we can to provide our patients with the best possible care. A key component of our commitment to quality tratment is using the most advanced technology. This allows us to place your dental implants in the safest, fastest, and most convenient manner. Dr. Grundstrom Joost uses CBCT Cone Beam imaging to deliver advanced treatment.
Our state of the art CBCT technology helps us better serve our patients in three ways — better diagnosis, better planning, and better treatment. First, the clear, concise imagery and detailed information provided by CBCT allows us to quickly diagnose various types of dental issues. Second, the detailed knowledge we get from CBCT gives us a clear picture of the surgical site before we begin treatment. This makes it possible to streamline the planning process. Third, with CBCT we know exactly how to treat the issue. In fact, we have an excellent understanding of the position of the organic structures which surround the surgical site.
CBCT stands for Cone Beam Computed Tomography. This revolutionary technology uses a wide array of images to create a comprehensive, three dimensional (3D) picture of the anatomical structures that surround a surgical site.
Many of the treatments we feature such as dental implant surgery rely on high-precision procedures. It’s essential for us to place your implants in the ideal location. CBCT technology helps us zero in on the exact surgical site that will allow us to avoid possible complications.
One of the best things about CBCT is how non-invasive it is for our patients. It uses a tiny sensor that looks like a miniature VCR. CBCT imagery gives us a picture of your smile that’s instantly visible on our computer screen. We can rotate and magnify this picture and view it from various angles. Another fantastic feature with CBCT technology is that it’s extremely safe, dramatically reducing the radiation exposure you would get from standard x-ray technology.
Every smile is different, so we need to be able to provide treatment that’s tailored to each patient’s individual situation. When we know where the patient’s teeth, roots, soft tissue, bone structures, and nerves are located in relation to one another, it makes it possible to consider a full range of care options for our patients. This helps us design the ideal treatment plan for each of our patients.
Dr. Talva Grundstrom Joost
2022 William Street
Jefferson City, MO
Monday: 8AM – 4PM
Tuesday: 8AM – 4PM
Wednesday: 9AM – 5PM
Thursday: 8AM – 4PM
Friday: 8AM – 1PM