Testimony: I was without a partial for 2 weeks as I had dropped it on a concrete floor and there was a bend in it. I had asked around if my partial could be fixed, there wasn’t any assistance to be found for my need. I went to CDI to have my partial fitted back into my mouth. With the technology used, my experience was beyond results! To my amazement, my partial fitted much more comfortable than the initial set up, such a great fit that my partial actually felt like my real teeth! A breath of fresh air! What a relief! I honestly felt at home in the office with such a friendly atmosphere as if I was part of a family! Thank you CDI for such genuine care! Doris Chaput
Case Study: Sinus Blockage and Perforated Floor
Notice the relationship of the sinus floor with the trifurcation of the molar. Extraction has a high probability of opening into the sinus.
CASE FILE: Maxillary Impactions
An example of just one of many slices you can see either coronally, sagitally, or axially. It give us a great view of proximity to the sinus or adjacent teeth. Here we also see a deviated septum and pretty clear sinuses. This is a very impressive 3D rendering of maxillary wisdom teeth. The patient is […]
CASE FILE: Abcess in root tip
CBCT is an excellent way to evaluate the extent of bone loss apically and whether you believe it has involved the sinus or not. Comment on treatment challenges.
CASE FILE: Sinus involved endodontically
Sinus floor perforated and inflammation present. Presents as chronic sinusitis. Possible treatment options? Another example of how well we can see the problem in 3D. Notice the destruction of the sinus floor and an inflammatory response in the sinus. Comments?
CASE FILE: Internal resorption and bone loss
You will never see the extent of resorption and destruction on a PA or pan compared to CBCT. Here we are looking sagittally at extensive resorption on lingual of #3.1 and loss of bone apically. What treatment challenges do you see with this case?
Conebeam CT and Sinus
Do you have patients that complain of tooth sensitivity but the PA or PAN doesn’t show any pathosis, leaving you and your patient frustrated and not sure how to solve the issue? CBCT can give you those answers! Some things to consider: Periapical Lesion –inflammatory changes of mucosal lining (average mucosal thickening 7.4mm) Sinusitis […]