CBCT Scan 3D X-Ray Dental imaging

Dental cone beam computed tomography is a specialized X-ray equipment used when regular dental or facial X-rays are insufficient. At Dr. Aburas Dental Center, our specialists utilize CBCT scan technology to create three-dimensional (3D) images of your teeth, soft tissues, nerve pathways, and bone in a single scan. 3D imaging, a state-of-the-art form of digital X-ray, is exclusively available at the best dental clinics in Dubai. It offers a virtual tour of the patient's head, enabling precise and delicate dental health diagnosis with stress-free imaging.

Why CBCT 3D Imaging is better?

The system of 3D imaging is 100% accurate with reduced levels of radiation exposure. CBCT scans can be especially helpful to dentists in planning procedures like dental implants , as they provide views of bone structure, bone density, tissues, and nerves that can't be seen with traditional dental X-rays.

Advanced Dental Imaging: Explore with CT Scan 3D X-Ray at Dr. Aburas Dental Center


  • A short scan will provide reliable data for a complete diagnosis
  • Safe diagnosis and reduce radiation
  • Increased Comfort
  • It is a very cost-effective procedure


  • The exact location of impacted/extra teeth
  • TMJ Evaluations
  • Surgical Cases Treatment Planning
  • Evaluation of Implant Placement
  • Airway/Sleep Apnea Assessments



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General Q&A

CBCT stands for Cone Beam Computed Tomography. It is a specialized type of X-ray imaging technology that provides detailed three-dimensional views of structures within the body.

While both CBCT and traditional CT scans use X-rays to create images, CBCT uses a cone-shaped X-ray beam, capturing high-resolution, 3D images with a single rotation. Traditional CT scans use a fan-shaped X-ray beam and multiple rotations.

CBCT is widely used in dentistry for dental and maxillofacial imaging. It is also employed in various medical specialties, including orthopedics, ENT (Ear, Nose, and Throat), and certain interventional procedures.

CBCT provides detailed 3D images, allowing for better visualization of dental structures and surrounding tissues. It is particularly useful for dental implant planning, orthodontic assessment, and diagnosing complex dental conditions.

Like traditional X-rays, CBCT scans involve ionizing radiation. However, the radiation dose is relatively low, and the benefits of accurate diagnosis often outweigh the risks. Pregnant individuals should inform their healthcare provider, as precautions may be taken.

The duration of a CBCT scan varies, but it generally takes only a few minutes. The actual time depends on the specific area being scanned and the level of detail required.