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Panoramic Radiography

In this radiograph, a general view of both jaws is depicted, and it allows the examination of impacted teeth, the position of wisdom teeth, as well as jawbone lesions. This center is equipped with the latest digital panoramic device. which provides radiography with the highest resolution and the lowest radiation dose.

Three-dimensional tomography

This imaging method provides 3D images of the teeth, jaw and face to the dentist. The scan time is shorter and the radiation dose is much lower than medical CT. In this center, CBCT is prepared with the highest accuracy and in two different radiation fields.

Bitewing Radiography

Bitewing images show the crowns of the maxillary and mandibular teeth and the edge of the alveolar bone. Bitewing images are valuable for detecting early stages of interproximal caries before they are clinically visible.

Periapical Radiography

It is the most widely used radiography for the dentist and helps to diagnose dental caries and inflammatory lesions around the root. In this center, periapical radiographs are prepared by digital method and using sterilized sensor holders in parallel technique. The parallel method creates the least distortion in the image.

Lateral cephalometry Radiography

Lateral cephalometric radiograph is usually prepared for evaluation and orthodontic treatment plan. This radiograph provides a profile image of the facial bones and is used in the diagnosis of dental-skeletal abnormalities before and during orthodontic treatment.

Occlusal Radiography

This radiograph shows a wide area of ​​the dental arch of a jaw, is prepared with a larger sensor and perpendicular to the periapical radiograph, and is used to check the position of impacted teeth and salivary gland stones.

Intraoral Radiography

Intraoral radiographs are prepared by placing a digital receptor in the patient's mouth and exposing them to x-rays. These radiographs provide a high-detail view of the teeth and bone and are the most suitable for evaluating caries and periodontal disease and infectious lesions around the roots of the teeth.

  •  Periapical
  •  BiteWing 
  • Occlusal 
  • Full Mouth

Extraoral Radiography

Extraoral radiographs are prepared by using imaging receptors outside the patient's mouth and beam radiation in a specific direction and provide the possibility of evaluating wider areas of jaws and face. Panoramic , lateral and posterior-anterior cephalometry is used to check the asymmetry of the face and evaluate the relationship between the upper and lower jaw. 

  • panoramic
  •    Lateral cephalometry
  •    Posterior-anterior cephalometry
  •    Waters
  •    Submentortex
  •    Rivers Town
  •    Temporomandibular joint

Three-dimensional tomography (CBCT):

In CBCT imaging, there is an X-ray source and an X-ray detector in front of it, which rotates around a center of rotation around the patient's head, basic images are obtained and converted into 3D images by computer software.