Radiology 2019-10-07T17:26:36+03:00

X-rays are a useful tool for the dentist, which gives us information so that:

Make prevention of many pathologies of the oral cavity that we do not have under consideration
To diagnose oral diseases, which usually affects teeth or jaw bones

In our dental clinic, we predicted to manufacture a special radiation room, to ensure fully protection of radiation|

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At the same time, we offer the last digital equipment of the latest generation,
to ensure the lowest radiation dose, in only 5,5 sec

Additionally, we offer you a lead radiation shielding apron with extended collar
for your protection of thyroid or in case unrecognized pregnancy, e.t.c

Periapical x-ray

The dentist can get information on the existence of caries, root morphology and pulp chamber, the existence and morphology of periapical defects, control of alveolar bone and periodontal tissue, the existence of crown or root fracture, the presence of internal or external root absorption

Full mouth x-ray

It is a complete set of 14 periapical radiographs and serve to test for examination and imaging of teeth and periapical tissue

Digital panoramic x-ray

It has established itself in daily dental practice as a valuable diagnostic tool and is the only technique that allows the dentist to see with a single image the entire dentition and surrounding tissues. It is helpful to

  • Diagnose caries,
  • Tooth fracture existence,
  • Existence apical cysts,
  • Presence of periodontal disease,
  • Presence of pathology of the jaw bone being impacted teeth
  • It is also used in patients with indications of disfunction temporomandibular joint (TMJ) in patients
  • Patients who are undergoing orthodontic treatment
  • Patients about to undergo implant placement,
  • Patients who are going to place partial or full dentures or fixed prosthetic work to patients with jaw fractures etc.

With digital orthopantomography we have, we achieve the process and takes only 5,5 sec for adults (with less radiation dose) and 4,8 sec for children (with a further reduction of radiation dose)

TMJ x-ray

It is the only method other than arthroscopy and open surgery, by which it is possible to illustrate the morphology of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ)

It is useful, therefore, to diagnose any fractures, benign or malignant neoplasms, mandibular asymmetry, hypertrophy or hyperplasia of condyles jaw, etc.

Bitewing x-ray

It is a valuable diagnostic tool for the discovery of caries adjacent surfaces, even when they can not be revealed by probing and there are not visible

Occlusal x-ray

It is useful for radiographic control, in a half-maxillary or across the palate (the maxilla) and the radiographic control of the genial region in a half-jaw or all around on oral cavity and the bones of the mandible (the lower jaw)
Essentially it is necessary in cases where the existence of pathologies in the bones of the jaw, in cases of cleft palate, in cases of impacted teeth of the lower jaw is needed to determine their exact position in supernumerary teeth or seeds of teeth in the upper jaw of the front area, the fracture control jaw for evaluation of malignant lesions of the jaw, where salivary stones and other rare pathologies