Problems with teeth and the jaw can be extremely burdensome. Highly precise images are required in dentistry in order to provide relief for patients. In a dental CT, three-dimensional images are recorded by which the causes of pain or malformations can be identified, which provides an improvement over conventional X‑rays. A dental CT is important for planning tooth extractions, implants or dental surgeries.
About the appointment
Well-informed in all matters
Requirements for a Dental CT
- Please bring your e‑card and referral.
- Any previous findings are also to be submitted.
- COVID: The chief physician’s approval has currently been waived.
- A dental CT is performed with X‑ray radiation.
- Please remove all metallic objects in the head and neck area such as jewellery or piercings.
- A possible pregnancy must be reported.
Procedure for a dental CT
- A dental CT only takes a few seconds.
- The examination is completely painless.
- You lie on a table as it slowly moves within the CT tube.
- It is absolutely necessary for you to lie still so that we can generate high-quality three-dimensional images.
Waiting time for an appointment
Costs & reimbursement
Direct billing with all statutory health insurers.
Direct billing is currently not available for ÖGK and KFA. Computer tomographies are only covered by private health insurance. Our fee notes can be submitted in any case to all private health insurers that cover outpatient services.
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