Scan data may be viewed using a number of different systems, we use 360v connect who will email the scan directly to you or we can burn to CD and give directly to the patient on the day.
We provide an excellent appointment system to suit the patient in a friendly and comfortable atmosphere.
The table below explains the various scans available and their price.
|Scan Type||Field of View||Description||Price|
|Small Field Scan||50x38mm||Ideal for small implant cases and endodontics||£120|
|Medium Field Scan||100x38mm||Limited field of view for implants, impactions, supernumeraries, pathology||£180|
|Single Arch||206x180mm||Full field of view for implants, impactions, orthodontic studies, pathology and sinus||£250|
|Dual Arch||Two 206x180mm||Full field view for implants, impactions, orthodontic studies, pathology and sinus||£350|
|All Cone Beam CT Scans||Radiologist report||£90|
|High Definition OPG||High definition standard OPG, ideal for all dental purposes||£40|
How does the Scan help my Dentist?
It allows them to:
Why has my dentist referred me for a 3D scan?
Based on your dentist's assessment of your mouth and teeth it is the best option for deciding appropriate treatment for you.
How should I prepare for the scan?
No special preparation is required; prior to the scan you will be asked to remove anything that might interfere with the imaging such as removable dentures, earrings, necklaces, piercing, hairpins and glasses.
What happens during the scan?
Modwena Orthodontics works alongside 360 Visualise and has specialist equipment to capture 3D dental images. Your scan is quickly acquired as you stand still while our 3D scanner rotates around your head. The whole procedure is over in minutes and you won't feel a thing. We are a Specialist Orthodontic Practice and we are very proud of our state of the art equipment.
What happens after the scan?
Depending on your dentists preference your images will either be burnt onto a CD and given to you to take with you to your next appointment or they will be processed by 360Visualise and sent electronically to your dentist.
How do I find out the results of the scan?
Your dentist will discuss the results of the scan with you at your next appointment.