The TruDenta Patient Path

TruDenta patients come in all sexes, shapes and sizes, ages and demographics. Some have been in pain for weeks while many have experienced uncomfortable symptoms for decades. The great majority however are females between the ages of 20 and 60. Some TruDenta patients have seen multiple specialists for their head, neck, face and jaw pain and others have simply suffered in silence, not knowing where to turn for relief.

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Why a CBCT is essential for Medically Necessary Dentistry

Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) is becoming more and more common in dental practices across the country. Highly detailed CBCT images are invaluable in the assessment of dental and skeletal structures, allowing dentists to localize and evaluate impacted teeth and TMJ. CBCT also plays a significant role in the planning of temporary anchorage devices, the fabrication of custom dentistry appliances, airway analysis, and digital model creation. This all leads to improved diagnosis, quicker examinations, improved patient communication and case acceptance. All of which comes with a lower dose of radiation than a standard Panorex, AND the scans can be reimbursed through medical insurance.

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