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Office-Based CT Scanning: How Does It Work?

Office-Based CT Scan at ADVENT

Establishing a proper care plan for treating your sinus or other sleep concerns is dependent on making an accurate diagnosis. ADVENT’s approach to CT (computerized tomography) scanning takes the inconvenience of a hospital visit and unnecessary wait times out of the equation.


At ADVENT, we offer state-of-the-art, office-based CT scanning technology to make comfort and convenience our top priority. But first, let’s cover the basics:


What is a CT Scan?

A CT scan combines a series of X-ray images from different angles around your head. It uses a computer process to create cross-section images of your bones, blood vessels and soft tissue.

CT Scan Image

How is a CT Scan Different Than an X-Ray?

A CT scan combines a series of X-ray images. A CT scan provides a diagnostic examination of your head’s internal structure, where an X-ray is used to detect dislocations and fractures of the bone, as well as to detect cancers and pneumonia.


CT Scanning at ADVENT

Along The Patient Journey™, we take a comprehensive approach to addressing your concerns and getting to the root of your symptoms. Following an evaluation of The Breathing Triangle®, we take a CT scan of your facial anatomy. This approach helps guide us to making the best recommendations for a proper treatment plan.


What Makes ADVENT Different?

At ADVENT, our state-of-the-art CT scanning equipment is office-based and overseen by our certified CT technologists. As you sit upright and in a safe environment, detailed 3-D diagnostic images are taken within 90 seconds.


Because our CT scanners are office-based, your results are ready within moments. During that same visit, you’ll review your results of the scan with a physician who helps guide you in establishing a proper care plan and back on track to living better.

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