At our center, high-resolution digital panoramic radiography is performed with minimal waiting time for receiving the examination.
THE panoramic X-ray is the most popular diagnostic examination in dental practice. At our center, digital panoramic and cephalometric x-rays are performed in a state-of-the-art orthopantograph, providing the patient with excellent digital imaging in a minimum of time and with the lowest possible dose of radiation. The orthopantograph can be adjusted to accommodate examinees with special needs. Digital panoramic dental X-ray provides information about the denture and surrounding tissues. It can also reveal other pathologies such as tumors of the jaws, sinusitis as well as disorders of the temporomandibular joints.
Our diagnostic center has the ability to store panoramic and cephalometric radiographs in digital format, allowing the attending physician to change the brightness and contrast of the image to better visualize the structures of interest in the oral cavity.
THE cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) is one of the most important inventions in the field of medical imaging and now holds the most important position as a radiological examination for the diagnosis of diseases of the mouth, jaws and teeth.
Our center has a state-of-the-art cone beam CT scanner, which is completely patient-friendly. The machine is handled by specialized and experienced personnel.
During the examination the x-ray beam rotates around the examinee's head producing images with sub-millimeter sections, and the images are then reconstructed into a three-dimensional 3D image and stored in digital format.
The results are delivered to the examinee digitally and on radiographic film.
CBCT is used in:
Damage to the jaws
Impacted canines/ wisdom teeth
Cysts, abscesses, neoplasms
Advantages of CBCT:
Very small dose of radiation
High definition images
The test is completed in just a few seconds and requires no preparation
The machine is adjusted according to the height of the examinee and is accessible to people with reduced mobility