3D Imaging

Dr. Bedrossian  Introduces 3-D Dental Imaging for Quicker and More Comprehensive Diagnostic Treatment Planning when necessary for his patients.

i-CAT™ 3D Scanner

See the i-CAT™ online tour and see how we enhance patient care with Cone Beam 3-D imaging technology   ( Images provided by Imaging Sciences, International)

“It is our goal to provide the best care for our patients. To meet this goal, we have incorporated many high-tech devices and procedures, . “Therefore, we are delighted to now offer Cone Beam 3-D technology to the patients who put their trust in us. We are pleased to know more about their anatomy before we begin any treatment.”

Dr. Bedrossian is enhancing treatment planning and patient care with the advanced digital imaging technology of the i‑CAT® .

  • Our office is now using the latest in dental imaging technology, the i-CAT, a Cone Beam 3-D dental imaging system. Cone Beam technology is quickly advancing the dental industry’s leading approach to treatment planning and diagnosis. With a typical scan time of only 20 seconds with the patient seated in an open environment, Dr. Bedrossian, can now view 3-D patient anatomy to accomplish, more precise evaluation for predictable treatment results in shorter appointment times for the patient.
  • Dentistry’s most accurate imaging. Dr. Bedrossian has chosen this technology to enhance treatment care for patients in the greater San Francisco area. Using the i-CAT scanner’s high resolution images, Dr. Bedrossian obtains highly accurate and detailed three-dimensional views of all anatomies such as bone, teeth, tooth orientation, tooth and nerve relation, airways and sinuses. This 3-D dental imaging is used for implant planning, TMJ and airway analysis, orthodontic and oral surgery planning, and to detect pathologies such as cysts and tumors.
  • Safety and Convenience for Patients. Our office can now take an immediate scan for patients with lower radiation dosage and without the inconvenience of sending them to a hospital. Once the scan is complete, we are able to share an immediate visual diagnosis to help patients truly visualize and better understand treatment options. These preoperative scans are easily shared with other doctors helping Dr. Bedrossian perform less invasive procedures through increased precision, thus reducing risks for patients.