Scheduling Appointments
Please read the information carefully that is written on your referral card prepared by your doctor. We will do our best to provide an accurate fee estimate and an approximate time length of your appointment.

Referral Card
ddi Imaging Centers provide imaging services through a written or oral request by your doctor. Please bring the ddi referral card your doctor has given to you to your appointment.

Full payment is due at the time of your appointment; we accept checks, cash, and credit cards.

If you have insurance, we will assist you with your claim forms. Your carrier will reimburse you directly if they determine that the procedure is a covered benefit.

General Guidelines
  • Please try to arrive 5 minutes early.
  • Bring your referral card or authorization form with you.
  • Discuss any special needs or physical limitations with us in advance.
  • Remove all jewelry from head and neck.


Learn more about our services
Ortho Studies
Orthodontic records are used to determine facial growth patterns and to plan treatment. Subsequent images are taken to compare to initial records and to measure treatment progress.

The panoramic is an overview image that is used to show the upper and lower jaws, erupted and unerupted teeth, and to evaluate root alignment, TMJ's and the sinuses.

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These views show the bone and soft tissues of the head, and are used to evaluate jaw growth and relationships of the upper and lower jaws.

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Full Mouth
These images are used to identify dental cavities, short roots, and abnormalities involving the bone adjacent to the teeth.

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These images show the face and teeth from different angles, and are used to assist in diagnosis and simulation of treatment results.

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3D cone beam imaging is a filmless digital x-ray scanner that is specially designed for scanning the area of the face and jaws. A quick comfortable open and painless scan rotates around the patient's head and gathers complete 3D and 2D information in a matter of seconds. It provides the doctor a thorough visualization of the entire maxillofacial region with less radiation than regular or flat x-rays, which may require several exposures in a variety of positions. Using a computer, your doctor can visualize extremely detailed views of the patient's anatomy from many different angles. This scan can clearly display TMJ disorders, impacted teeth, critical bone and teeth relationships, implant treatment planning, and difficult to see pathologies within one whole 3D volume.