Panoramic Digital

What is a Panoramic X-Ray?
Panoramic photography serves as a broad reflection of the condition of the mouth, teeth and jaws.

What does Panoramic shows ?
Panoramic photography allows viewing the visible teeth, roots, deciduous teeth, sinuses, gums and wisdom teeth.

How Panoramic X-Ray is performed?
This photo is taken without inserting photo equipment into the oral cavity, using a digital sensor that moves in an external scan for about 20 seconds continuously around the patient's head, producing extensive information produced about the area.
Although the panoramic photo is taken at a magnification of about 17%, it can be obtained by printing on a scale of 1: 1 and / or with the Viewer program, through which measurements can be made on the photo.

Children Panoramic Digital

What is a Children's Panoramic X-Ray?
Digital panoramic photography for children is a special photography for children in a smaller radiation field area and with lower radiation exposure.

What does Panoramic show?
Panoramic photography is used to broadly reflect the condition of the mouth, deciduous teeth, permanent teeth, jaws, roots, sinuses, and gums.

How Panoramic X-Ray is performed?
This photo is taken without inserting photo equipment into the oral cavity, using a digital sensor that moves in an external scan for about 20 seconds continuously around the patient's head, the benefits of the photo lie in the extensive information produced about the area.
Although the panoramic photo is taken at a magnification of about 17%, it can be obtained by printing on a scale of 1: 1 and / or with the Viewer program, through which measurements can be made on the photo.

Priafical Status

What is Status?
Preoperative status photo is a photo of all the teeth consisting of a series of 14 individual photos.

What Status shows?
Status photo reflects the condition of the teeth and gums in the mouth, in the photo you can see the roots of the teeth, the titles and the condition of the bone and gums. Also used to diagnose and build a treatment plan, including root canal treatment and diagnosis of inflammation in the socket and root length.

How Priafical Status is done?
This imaging requires the insertion of X-ray films into the oral cavity and is performed by an external imaging device. The photo is spot-on only in the area of the tooth being photographed. Today, status photography is performed using a phosphor plate that is scanned through a digital scanner directly to a computer.

Bite X-Ray

What is Bite X-Ray?
The bite x-ray helps with a focused diagnosis of tooth decay, periodontitis (receding gums), and presents the bite bite for the purpose of orthodontic treatment (teeth straightening)..

What Bite X-Ray shows?
In this x-ray you can see the bite condition (closure) and the spaces between the teeth and shows tooth decay in the tooth headings.
Bite scans are in most cases requested as a supplement in addition to preoperative status scans to provide a fuller and more accurate diagnosis of the condition of the teeth, roots, tooth titles and gums..

How Bite X-Ray is done?
This imaging requires the insertion of X-ray equipment and films into the oral cavity and is performed by an external imaging device. Today, bite-sized photographs are performed using a phosphor plate that is scanned through a digital scanner directly to a computer.

TMJ Jaw Joints

TMJ (Temporomandibular Join) photographs with an open / closed mouth view showing the atomic structure consisting of the mandible and a special socket in the skull bone, cartilage that coats the following bone parts in contact, and in them there is a disc that gives the joint the ability to move. The joint contains synovial fluid.
The TMJ scan is for diagnosing pain from the source of the chewing muscles and in cases of joint dislocation. The pain radiating to the joint area is caused as a result of tension, anxiety and unnatural strain of the muscles such as: chewing gum, locking jaws, gnashing of teeth.

Closed Panoramic TMJ

Open Panoramic TMJ

Occlusal X-Ray

What is Occlusal X-Ray?
A close-up photo taken with two views of the dental arch

What Occlusal X-Ray shows?
Usually used for the purpose of diagnosing trapped teeth (usually in children) or mouth lesions.

How Occlusal X-Ray done?
Photography is done with the help of a larger-scale prefabricated film for this purpose.
The film is inserted into the mouth, and the subject bites onto it for the purpose of photography.

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