Dental Imaging

Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) is a diagnostic imaging modality that provides high-quality, accurate three-dimensional (3D) representations of the dental and maxillofacial region. It offers significant advantages to traditional imaging modalities and is rapidly becoming the accepted standard of care. CBCT is used for diagnosis, treatment guidance and post treatment evaluation for:

  • Implant Dentistry to assess crest morphology and dimensions and position of vital structures
  • Assessment of wisdom teeth root morphology and proximity to the inferior dental canal
  • Unerupted tooth localisation including canines and supernumerary teeth
  • Endodontics including resorption, perio/endo lesions, perforations and atypical pulp anatomy
  • Dental and facial trauma
  • Bony Pathology including odontogenic cysts and tumours
  • TMJ Disorders

Please note that referrals for 3D imaging can now be made through the website

To set-up an account with a username and password please email

This website was last updated Thursday, 21st May 2020


Warwick Lodge Dental Practice COVID-19

A message to our patients - Updated 29th May 2020

For several weeks, we have been busy planning to ensure that when we reopen our doors we do so in the safest possible way for our patients, colleagues and clinicians. Based on this and the UK government and CDO England announcements on the 28th May 2020, we are now preparing to reopen as soon as possible and hope to welcome our patients back into practice within the next few weeks. In the meantime, we remain available to take your call if you have any questions. Things are likely to be a little different when you return to practice and we have outlined what to expect here.

During this period of uncertainty, we understand that you may have concerns, questions or even a dental issue that you’re unsure whether it needs urgent attention or not. We want to allay any concerns and answer your questions, which is why we have developed some key information to help you and your families through this period of uncertainty. From general guidance on maintaining good oral health with effective brushing, to identifying a dental emergency, plus how we are dealing with cancellations, our articles section is here to answer your questions.

To reach our team please call 01702 582561.