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Dental Technology

Woman sitting within the confines of a Cone Beam CT scanner x-rayOur family dental practice, Duhon Family Dentistry, utilizes cutting-edge dental technologies and restorative procedures to provide our patients with the best dental care possible. With our experienced dentist, Dr. Duhon, you can be confident that your dental treatment will be comfortable, efficient, and accurate.

Some dental technologies our dental clinic utilizes include:

  • Cone Beam CT
  • Dental X-Rays

Cone Beam CT

A Cone Beam CT (CBCT) scan is a unique type of X-ray technology that allows our dentist to examine your jaw bones, teeth, soft tissue, and nerve endings with three-dimensional (3-D) images of your teeth. When ordinary X-rays are not enough, our dentist will use the Cone Beam CT.

Like standard dental X-rays, the CBCT requires no special preparation. We utilize protection from X-Ray radiation, and the scan is done within a relatively short time.

Dental X-Rays

Digital X-rays deliver an 80 percent reduction in radiation exposure and do not require any preparation. Our dentist, Dr. Duhon, can view, magnify, and electronically save high-quality photos of your jaws, teeth, and roots using these X-rays.

To protect our patients from the minor radiation present by X-ray technology, we will utilize a protective garment during the scan. But, don't worry; the radiation produced by these scans is significantly less than most people receive from the sun, and with additional protection, we have you covered.

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