BeamReaders Radiology Reports describe any abnormalities in the areas that can impact a patient's breathing and suitability for an oral appliance, including:
- Nasal valves
- Nasal turbinates
- Tonsils and Adenoids
- Nasopharynx and Oropharynx
- Sinus walls and contents
- Craniofacial Structure
Additionally all reports include key images of the airway providing minimal cross-sectional area as an indicator of risk for OSA and an evaluation of the condyle's position and health status to provide a baseline for appliance treatment.
With a BeamReaders Sleep Radiology Report you have a clear opinion from a radiologist on your patient's condition. This puts you in the driver's seat as you engage with the patient's care team.
Take a look at some of our example reports below:
Reduce your Risks
Sleep studies generate large field of view scans to capture all the relevant anatomy, increasing potential for missed findings. BeamReaders Oral & Maxillofacial Radiologists review the entire scan volume for pathology making sure you're covered.
Improve Treatment Plans
- Case Share allows you to connect with your Referring Doctors and other treatment partners involved in the patient's care.
- Securely and in a HIPAA compliant manner share all the patient's imaging files and converse with your treatment partners
- Case Share is included free of charge with every radiology report or image portfolio.
- Image Portfolios are a great tool for treatment planning as all key images are captured from the scan
- Our team will customize the portfolio to you and can include workups such as Cephalometric analysis
- Help your patient understand their situation as you walk them through their scan using the Image Portfolio.
Example images from an Image Portfolio below.
Setting up For Success
We're here to help you succeed with your imaging goals. The following videos provide a quick overview of getting your patient positioned effectively for a CBCT sleep scan and what the airway dimensions may tell you.
Video Impact of Airway Dimension on OSA
Video Get Your Patient Properly Positioned For Their CBCT Scan