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Oral Diagnosis and Dental Radiology

Oral Diagnosis and Dental Radiology

Oral diagnosis is the unit of intraoral diagnosis. Records are taken about your general health and examination of your teeth, gums, tongue, salivary glands, jaw bone and jaw joint . Questions are asked about the patient's discomfort, and problems are listened to. Symptoms are identified. After that, our patients are informed about problems that have occurred and may occur.  X-rays examination is an indispensable method for diagnosis, treatment planning and the end of treatment in all branches of dentistry. X-rays allow areas to be seen that are not noticeable on visual inspection. In oral health, radiological examinations are very important for diagnosis and treatment. Our dental radiology unit has dental tomography, digital panoramic radiography and cephalometric radiography units. 

Dental Tomography

Dental tomography is a radiological diagnosis method that gives a three-dimensional image using X-ray and enables the cross-sectional examination of the desired area. In dental tomography, bone and soft tissue details that cannot be seen in panoramic x-ray films are easily seen.

Digital Panoramic X-Ray

Panoramic x-ray is a type of tomographic x-ray in which all of the teeth and the jawbone are viewed with less radiation. It is used to show parts of the teeth, bones and gums that are not visible on clinical examination. Using the digital system it increases the quality of the image and minimizes the amount of radiation received by the person.

Intraoral Camera

The intraoral camera used during the examination allows the gums, dental caries, fillings, bridges and fillings to be seen easily. When the physician deems it necessary, it reflects the intraoral camera images to the patient's screen and shares them.

Cephalometric X-Ray

It is a full head film taken from the profile. Thanks to the cephalometric x-ray, the relationship between the jaw-tooth-skull bones and the soft tissue profile is examined in detail. It is an x-ray required for comparison before orthodontic treatment begins and after treatment ends. Likewise, cephalometric film is taken before and after jaw surgeries.You can contact us now for Oral Diagnosis and Dental Radiology via whatsapp