Oral Medicine & Pathology Center

Capture 3D Radiology

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Capture 3D Radiology™ provides advanced radiographic interpretations allowing your dentist to diagnose oral health problems and design treatment plans with the greatest precision. At Oral Medicine & Pathology Center, oral pathologist Parish Sedghizadeh, DDS, MS, and his exceptional team use Capture 3D Radiology services at their West Hollywood, California, office.

What is Capture 3D Radiology? 

Capture 3D Radiology is a team of Oral & Maxillofacial Radiologists providing dental teleradiology reporting expertise including interpretation of cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) scans taken at the Oral Medicine & Pathology Center.

Both teams identify potential issues early on, providing comprehensive reports that ensure a positive patient outcome to guide treatment planning for temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder, oral infections, tooth pain, and other oral health problems.

Your dentist has the option to directly collaborate with Capture 3D Radiology via the “Case Submission” button found on their website by clicking here:

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What benefits does Capture 3D Radiology provide?

Capture 3D Radiology gives your dentist the reporting tools to diagnose oral health problems with greater accuracy via  CBCT interpretations customized for endodontics, orthodontics, TMJ, airway/sleep apnea, wisdom teeth evaluations, and implant planning measurements to ensure:

  • Comprehensive assessment of your teeth, gums, and jaws
  • Increased efficiency of treatment planning with improved outcomes

Is a CBCT scan needed for all Oral Medicine & Pathology Center biopsies?

Certainly not!  All radiographs should be ordered by the dentist based on the individual needs of the patient after review of their medical/dental history and a clinical assessment. 

This is the patient-centered approach known as As Low As Diagnostically Acceptable (ALADA), a concept like As Low As Reasonably Achievable (ALARA) which is designed to protect radiation workers.

If it is determined a CBCT scan is needed upon clinical examination at Oral Medicine & Pathology (or upon initial biopsy analysis for specimens shipped in), we will acquire a CBCT scan using our in-house machine or request one be provided by your dentist

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