About the Scan – Maxillofacial CT Scan

SMIL’s Maxillofacial CT scan (face scan) has become the key diagnostic modality in the evaluation of head trauma. These face scans evaluate the bones of the face including the orbits, sinuses, mandible (jaw), and teeth. This scan can detect fractures, orbit injury, sinus infections, eye infections, and tumors of the face and nearby tissues.

This noninvasive imaging process enables our radiologists to obtain a detailed face scan to locate any facial abnormalities. The maxillofacial CT scan has proven effective in finding tumors and other problems in the face and head.

SMIL’s radiologists help facial trauma victims in the Arizona area. Our radiologists perform these face scans quickly and painlessly.

Learn how to prepare for the scan in the Maxillofacial CT scan preparations section.

Find out if this procedure is right for you in the benefits and risks of Maxillofacial CT scans section.

For a downloadable/printable PDF about this exam with preparation instructions click here.

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Appt started on time. Technician was pleasant and professional.
, Dec 18, 2017
I have to have X-rays every time I see the doctor due to the injuries. And I go here because he can access these fries office. This time it was a much better experience. It seems though they aren’t all on theme page. I always request a Cd of the XRays and the X-ray tech gave nepme a green card and said give it to the receptionist, she’ll write you name on it and hold it al the counter so she remembers she is waiting for it.....I tell thee ratio it’s this, she takes a sticky note , writes my last name on it and places it on her desk which is floating in papers.....the card you take out there is bright green and about 5x8...if she’d kept that she could hand it it worked out....but why doesn’t the left hand know what the right hand is doing. And which one of them intend the X-Ray tech was the manager of the department......so
, Dec 5, 2017
The staff was so very kind and helpful! The X-ray room was rather small though. It was hard to get in with my knee scooter. But the tech was so kind to help me navigate and move things. Everyone was great!
, Mar 7, 2018
Very nice building. Welcoming and pleasant space and atmosphere. The appointment was fast and efficient.
, Feb 1, 2018
How lucky I am to have SMIL. The most professional, skilled and caring people on earth are always there for me. Tough MRI for elbow but they put me at ease and did everything possible for my comfort. Thanks again - you’re the best! Linda K. Helm
, Oct 15, 2018