What To Expect During Your In-Office CT Scan

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Published on
July 15, 2021
Updated on
December 15, 2022

We know the inability to breathe or sleep well interferes with your ability to enjoy your day-to-day, leaving you feeling miserable and left out of your own life. You deserve to breathe freely. However, finding the proper treatment to get you there depends on making an accurate diagnosis. There's no better tool for determining what is going on inside your nose and sinuses than an inoffice CT scan.

Here's what to expect with an ADVENT in-office CT scan:


Step 1

Our in-office CT scan takes a good thing and makes it even better: 94% less radiation, faster speed, immediate results


Step 2

You simply sit in a chair and in only 22 seconds the CT scanner takes a series of digital images creating a one-of-a-kind blueprint of your nose and sinuses.


Step 3

Because our scanners are right in our offices, your results are available to review with a Medical Provider during the same visit. Together you'll uncover the root cause of your issue and discuss treatment options to best meet your goals.

With our state-of-the-art, office-based CT scanning technology, it has never been easier to complete a CT scan. And since our CT scanners are right in our offices, your results are ready within minutes.

The goal of the CT scan is to create a digital blueprint of the inside of your nose and sinuses. It does this by capturing a series of snapshots from different angles around your head. The CT scan uses a computer process to create cross-section images of your bones, blood vessels and soft tissue. With this information, we can help uncover the root cause of your sinus or sleep issues. Making this accurate diagnosis is a critical step in creating a treatment plan that's right for you.

It is easy to prepare for your CT scan. All you will need to do is make sure to remove all metal jewelry, piercings, and hair clips at chin level or higher.

Best of all, during that same visit, you'll review your results with a Medical Provider. Here, you'll learn the cause of your issue and together you'll discuss treatment options to back on track to living better.

First published by ADVENT on
July 15, 2021
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What To Expect During Your In-Office CT Scan