Computed tomography (CT), also known as CT-Scan, is a radiological examination that captures detailed images in three dimensions. It offers the highest possible accuracy while reducing the risks and discomfort associated with some of the more invasive procedures.


Our services in CT scanning

Blanchiment dentaire

Sinus CT scan

Dentisterie générale

CT scan of the mastoids

Facettes dentaires

Computed tomography of the internal auditory canal

Virtual colonoscopy

Blanchiment dentaire

Computed tomography of the facial mass

Dentisterie générale

CT scan of the neck

Facettes dentaires

Computed tomography of the brain

Osteoarticular CT scan

Blanchiment dentaire

Spinal CT scan

Dentisterie générale

Abdominal, pelvic and thoracic CT scan

Facettes dentaires

Screening lung CT scan

Arthro-scan CT scan

Some CT scans require the injection of a contrast material that allows you to see your organs and possible abnormalities more clearly.
Almost every part of your body can be seen in a CT scan:

- the brain
- the respiratory tract
- the lungs
- the bones
- the abdomen
- pelvic region
- small intestine
- colon
- soft tissue
- blood vessels

The procedure of the CT scan 

Here is the procedure, we will ask you :

put on a gown and remove your jewelry and any metal objects that could affect the quality of the images

lie down comfortably on a table and remain still. The table will slide into the CT machine

hold your breath for a few seconds to perform the procedure. Please note that we will capture the images very quickly to minimize the radiation dose you will receive.

Depending on the examination prescribed by your health care professional, you may be injected with a contrast agent. The list of these agents will be indicated to you when you make your appointment. If you think you may be allergic, please notify our technologist.

In order to accommodate you, please note that the total time of your visit may vary between 30 and 60 minutes, although the actual exam will only last between 5 and 25 minutes.

Precautions before this type of examination

If you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant, you must notify the technologist before the examination.

If you have diabetes, kidney failure, an allergy to iodine or rare kidney diseases, it is important to notify us before the exam. We may ask you to send us your creatinine blood test (kidney function level).

A medical prescription is required for this examination.

If you have a prescription for an ultrasound that is not mentioned, please contact us 

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