Cone Beam

A Cone Beam is a type of 3D dental imaging which provides high resolution images with low radiation exposure.

Image Modality Dental Cone

FAQs

  • There is no preparation required for a Cone Beam scan.

    You will be asked to remove any jewellery or metal items from your head and neck area including hair accessories, dentures and plates.

  • You will be asked to sit inside the scanner while the Cone Beam machine moves around your head collecting the necessary images.

    These images allow your specialist to view your teeth and facial bones, quickly and easily at any angle, which allows for an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan to be developed.

  • This scan will take approximately 10-15 seconds, during which you must remain totally still.

  • Due to the dose of radiation emitted, you will not be able to have this scan if you are pregnant.

How much will it cost?

Fees for radiology procedures will vary depending on a variety of factors. We will advise you about the cost of your service at the time of booking but if you do have any questions, contact us and one of our team will be happy to help with your query. You can read more about our billing information here.

How do I access my images?

At Queensland X-Ray, we provide our patients with their images and results online. To access your images and results, you’ll need to register for an account when you visit one of our practices. If you’ve already registered, you can access the Patient Portal here.

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