3D Imaging

Cone Beam CT Scan

An image of a CS 9300 scanning systemThe CS 9300 system gives our oral and maxillofacial practice state-of-the-art technology to help Dr. McKenzie diagnose potential issues more accurately and provide treatment with unprecedented confidence. Unlike a traditional spiral CT scanner, this 3D system utilizes cone beam CT technology and provides precise, crystal-clear digital images while minimizing your exposure to radiation.

Our new 3D system enables us to perform a wider range of diagnoses and treatments in our office, helping to reduce multiple visits. The CS 9300 scanner allows us to choose the field of view, or scanning area, that best suits your specific treatment needs. This helps to limit your radiation exposure because we are focusing specifically on your area of concern.

The CS 9300 system brings the latest 3D technology to Mid-State Oral Surgery & Implant Center, providing unmatched visualization of anatomical detail which aids in treatment planning and helps us to better explain the particulars of your case, as well as address any questions you may have. Dr. McKenzie can use this innovative technology to quickly and easily share 3D images of the area of concern with your referring doctor – allowing the doctors to collaborate on your care, improving your experience, and delivering a positive treatment outcome                                        


Our Carestream 3500 3D Intraoral Scanner is another essential asset for our office to be able to provide precise and accurate imaging for our patients. Our Intraoral scanner allows Dr. Willis and our staff to be able to scan the inside of the mouth, including all of the teeth structure to assist in the implant process. Our office is dedicated to the comfort of our patients and our intraoral scanner is an excellent alternative to traditional impressions. One of our highly trained staff would preform the intraoral scan and then send the image to our dental lab where they would create a dental stent. This stent is used as a guide during the placement of a dental implant to insure accurate position of the implant.