Our X-ray lab takes professional X-rays:
In the X-ray lab we take X-ray images of teeth for the purposes of further diagnostics and planning of the dental treatment.
X-ray images are used to assess the condition of the teeth, root canals and tissues surrounding a tooth. They are also taken during the treatment of dental caries and inflammation of the dental pulp and bones.
We guarantee the highest quality of X-ray image resolution with the lowest exposure to radiological radiation.
shows all the teeth and allows to assess the condition of the entire dentition. Panoramic radiographs are taken in the event of a planned surgical, orthodontic, implant, prosthetic or conservative therapy.
Lateral cephalometric radiograph
taken in the event of a planned orthodontic therapy and allows to provide thorough diagnostics of orthodontic anomalies in a patient.
very often vital to make a decision on further dental treatment. It is usually taken prior to, during and after the root canal treatment to confirm that the therapy has been conducted properly, as well as to examine dental caries on the proximal surfaces.
It is very often necessary to decide on the further treatment of the tooth. It is most often performed before, during and after root canal treatment in order to confirm a properly performed root canal treatment.
We provide X-ray imaging services to all patients , also to those who do not avail of dental treatment in our clinic. Such patients should have a referral from their doctor to take dental X-ray images. All images are provided only on a CD.
Our dental surgery hosts a state-of-the-art digital X-ray lab equipped with:
Morita’s Veraview unit,
which takes panoramic and cephalometric radiographs. The images are accurate, with high contrast at low dosage. The X-ray unit is specially adapted for disabled patients.
Is an X-ray scanner for digital imaging of single-tooth X-rays.The Digora System supports single-tooth X-ray systems.
It is an X-ray scanner for digital imaging of tooth spot images. The Digora system works with a point X-ray machine.
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