About 3D Cone Beam CT Scanner
If your dental or facial diagnostic needs include the 3D Cone Beam Scan, our office at Millennium Surgical has the technology you need for the best care. Our oral and maxillofacial surgeon, Dr. Bart Nierzwicki, provides his patients with the top 3D imaging on the market so that you can receive the correct angle and precise size of your features needed for optimal care. We are proud to offer this technology, which gives us a 360° image of your skull at our office in Chicago, IL. Many of our dental implant patients have this imaging completed so that their implants are the exact size needed for their teeth for more beautiful results. Call today for your consultation.
"Great surgeon and the staff amazing, made me feel very comfortable and answer all my questions, I'll definitely recommend family and friends"- J.M. / Facebook / Sep 17, 2017
"The staff is extremely respectful and knowledgeable. Both the doctor and assistants provided me with information that was easy to understand regarding the procedure. I can not express just how satisfied I am with my experience."- A.R. / Facebook / Sep 12, 2017
"I came to Millenium Surgical to get my wisdom teeth removed. Dr. Nierzwicki was great and made me feel very comfortable being put to sleep with anesthesia. Not only did that, but he took the time to explain all my options and then the entire procedure and answer ALL of my questions before hand. After the procedure, Dr. Nierzwicki called to check up and see how I was feeling. I felt so at ease from start to finish during the entire processes. The entire staff was very kind and helpful, from Kenya to Maggie. Highly recommend!!"- S.S. / Facebook / Sep 07, 2017
"I was referred by a friend to Dr. Cienawa who then referred me to Dr. Bart - the same day - to have my two bottom wisdom teeth removed. As I have never had even a stitch before in my life, I was nervous about being put to sleep, etc. (especially after the horror stories everyone tell you about getting their wisdom teeth removed!). Dr. Bart led the consultation along with Kenia and went over other options where I could stay awake. Honestly, I think that took more time than the... actual extraction itself! The consultation was thorough and helpful, so when I made the decision it was all green lights. I was truly taken care of - and last minute, which I so appreciate, and was able to not be put to sleep, and still be pain free. I appreciate also the woman who walked me through the billing process and (this is on my insurance more than the practice) while it was a hefty upfront cost, I am pleased with the decision I made (they even gave me a shirt!) because I was able to still enjoy my Labor Day weekend up in Michigan! I would highly recommend this place due to the professional demeanor of the office, the staff, and the doctor. Thank you!"- J.W. / Facebook / Sep 05, 2017
"Very professional place and friendly. I recommend many friends to go there!"- M.R. / Facebook / Sep 02, 2017
What to Expect
The 3D Cone Beam Scan is like getting an X-ray. There is no pain associated with this imaging and it is quick. An imaging team member will produce the comprehensive imagery of your skull, jawbone, neck, and teeth in 20 – 40 seconds. The machinery has the capability to take images of your features with you sitting in a chair or laying down in prone position as it takes a 360° image. Our surgeon will then review the images, and discuss with you how to proceed with treatment.
Benefits of a 3D Scan
With this innovative technology, you will have a dental and medical advantage from having a 3D Cone Beam Scan. Some of the uses for this equipment are:
- Diagnostic images of your head and neck
- Measures bone density
- Magnify and manipulate imaging to see concerning areas with clarity
- Provides specific measurements and location for the placement of dental implants
Plan Your Procedure
Give our office a call to learn more about this technology, and if you have any questions about insurance coverage for this type of diagnostic testing. It is very important to have quality imaging when preparing for dental implants, or for various other types of restorative or rehabilitative procedures. The 3D Cone Beam Scanner can provide you with excellent imaging for superior results.