Digital Radiography

Dental Radiology

Radiography is very important for dental and oral health. Dental radiology helps dentists to diagnose problems in the teeth and jaw.
With dental radiography clinically undetected caries, bone loss and root canal problems can be spotted easily. X-rays also help dentists in orthodontic treatment and implant placement.


Dental Tomography
Dental tomography is a radiological diagnostic method that provides cross-sectional examination of the desired region using x-rays. With dental tomography image, bone and soft tissue details that are not seen in panoramic x-ray films can be easily seen. It provides three-dimensional image and provides great convenience in the diagnosis of the physician.

Digital Panoramic X-ray
Panoramic x-ray is a type of tomographic x-rays where all teeth and jawbone are taken together with less radiation. It is used to show parts of the teeth and jawbone that are not visible by clinical examination. The use of a digital system improves image quality and significantly reduces the amount of radiation a person receives.

Intraoral Camera
With the camera used in oral examination; all teeth from tooth decay to fillings, bridges and crowns, can be seen in detail by the patient and the physician. This system helps the doctor to make a better diagnosis while the patient seeing his teeth via the screen.