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Cone Beam, CT Scan and 3-D Imaging

When seeking a Periodontist, it is important to know that the doctor you choose utilizes the latest technologies and techniques.  Bradshaw Periodontics has a CT Scan and Cone Beam Imaging system in house which generates 3D, high definition x-rays within seconds. The panoramic images are remarkably clear, which helps with diagnosing and treating dental ailments. Dr. Bradshaw uses the Cone Beam for precision guided implant placement as well as Pathology screening for disease, tumors, cysts and airway issues.This digital information makes it easy to share with other doctors, insurance filing and assists in meeting current and future health care requirements. These scans allow us to quickly assess your dental needs and get you back out enjoying your life in less time than you might expect from traditional imaging equipment.  

The health and safety of our patients is our highest priority, which is why we refer our patients to a Cone Beam imaging center. Unlike traditional x-ray systems, the Cone Beam system produces a very low dose of radiation, thus reducing unnecessary exposure.  

The Cone Beam is used in many dental procedures.  It can be used to determine a treatment plan for dental implants, helping determine size and placement of the implant.  It can also be used to diagnose and treat periodontal disease. Cone Beams give us a clear view of facial nerves and bone structure, which allows us to plan a customized procedure to protect your nerve endings.  Such advanced technology allows us to minimize pain and speed healing!  

Dr. Gayle Bradshaw, located in The Woodlands, TX, is a Periodontist who services patients from Conroe, Magnolia, Tomball, Spring and Huntsville.. We are looking forward to welcoming you to our office and encourage you to schedule your appointment today!


If your gums bleed when you brush or floss, you may be suffering from gum disease. When caught early we can treat your gum disease and help save your teeth!

Click below to take the American Academy of Periodontology's Gum Disease Risk Assessment test to see if you may have or be at risk for gum disease.


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