For patients who are looking to receive dental implants or other complex treatments, our talented and qualified dentists at the Morrison Dental Group can utilize our Cranial Facial Imaging Center (CFIC). As part of the Galileos 3D X-ray imaging system, the CFIC provides our dentists at Morrison Dental Group with more detailed images of your mouth; it also allows us to provide more accurate diagnoses and treatment plans. We invite you to learn more about how we utilize our own cranial facial imaging center in Midlothian, Virginia, to improve your dental care. Please feel free to contact us at 804-419-7067 with any questions, and to schedule your appointment.
Our practice is committed to utilizing the latest dental technology to provide our patients with the highest level of care possible. One of our advanced tools is the Cranial Facial Imaging Center (CFIC), which works hand-in-hand with our Galileos 3D X-ray system.
Cranial facial imaging combines several imaging technologies to produce a more accurate digital replica of your face and neck. Some of the most commonly combine technologies include 3D scanning (with our Galileos 3D X-ray system), digitally duplicating previous X-rays, and electronically transferring digital images to the cranial facial imaging system. During your visit to our practice, our dentists will determine which imaging technologies will be most beneficial to create a detailed and accurate image of your face and neck. With the CFIC’s digital images, we can better examine the different areas of your mouth and provide a more detailed, exact treatment plan.
With our CFIC, we can create digital images of your neck, jaw, head, and oral cavity in more detail than other imaging systems can produce on their own. The information that we receive from these images assists us when planning and performing various treatments, such as placing dental implants and oral pathology. Our dentists have an increased ability to evaluate and diagnose your oral conditions before deciding which treatment is best for your oral needs.
To learn more about our practice’s cranial facial imaging system and how it can benefit your oral care, we welcome you to call or visit our practice today!