Cone Beam imaging takes 3-dimentional images that Dr. Yarbrough slices at any point of interest. He views nerves and bones with better clarity than is found in other dental images. Rather than judging bone quality and quantity from a 2-dimentional x-ray, Dr. Yarbrough looks at every angle and view of the bone in question. He uses this information to determine the precise location for dental implants on his
Any dental surgery can potentially cause irreparable nerve damage. Patients with dental nerve damage experience numbness or tingling that sometimes lasts the remainder of their lives. Traditionally, periodontists relied on estimated locations of nerves and careful attention in order to avoid damage, because x-rays do not show nerves. With the help of his Cone Beam image, Dr. Yarbrough can evaluate the precise location of each individual patient's nerves. This ability to see nerves before he cuts into the gum, allows Dr. Yarbrough to minimize the possibility of nerve damage.
With the help of Dr. Yarbrough and his Cone Beam Imaging technology, patients in
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