Diagnostic Digital Imaging, internationally known as DDI, is an oral and maxillofacial radiology corporation consisting of several locations including a mobile imaging lab. DDI offers assistance in understanding the human anatomy of the face, teeth and jaws. This includes 3D Cone Beam CT, 3D Facial Photography, 3D tooth scanning, as well as traditional 2D dental imaging. DDI is dedicated to delivering high quality, compassionate care.
- Sacramento, CA (916) 646-3740
- Roseville, CA (916) 788-2620
- Mobile Unit, CA (888) 259-0198
- Littleton, CO (303) 797-8306
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Why is DDI imaging exceptional?
- Oral and Maxillofacial Radiologists (OMR). An OMR is a dentist with additional advanced specialty training in radiology of the teeth and jaws.
- Dental radiographic technologists (DRT). A DRT is a x-ray technologist educated specifically in dental radiography to perform dental-maxillofacial imaging procedures.
- Support staff that have years of knowledgeable and compassionate care that work with patients to ensure your experience goes well.
- The first imaging center in the United States to implement the use of Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) for dentistry.
- DDI uses high quality scanners. Not all dental CT scanners are equal.
- Regularly upgrades to the next generation machine for improved image quality and reduced radiation dose.
- CBCT machines are highly tuned and maintained to provide excellent, consistent image quality.
- Daily quality control testing, phantom testing and geometric calibration analysis is performed routinely.
- CBCT quality assurance testing ensures consistent and optimized image quality.
- Image data is collected from the CBCT scans.
- Multiple software platforms as needed generate diagnostic image sets.
- Customized series of images is created for each patient and made available with the referring doctor for diagnosis and treatment.
- Quality CBCT acquisition is critical to obtaining an accurate representation of anatomic pathosis.
- Specific scan protocols are designed to meet the imaging objectives of each patient.
- Scan protocols are instrument and patient specific as this provides the best possible results with the lowest dose to answer the diagnostic question.