In the Dental Corner, we use the most modern digital software to capture images with the digital radiography technology (image of the object is achieved not on the X-ray film but also on a computer monitor), with a 9-fold lower dose of radiation than a conventional X-ray.Digital software connected with pantomography and other radiological equipment is more accurate and allows for visualization on the screen with more details. In our clinic, we know that success in dental treatment depends on the experience and knowledge supported by modern medical diagnostics.
We perform the following X-ray images:
• maxillary sinus.
Modern solutions allow you to view existing photos directly with the patient during treatment, they also allow you to process images for diagnostic purposes, and documentation.
This type of imaging allows for the simultaneous visualization of the entire dentition, jaw bones and adjacent structures in a single image. Despite the fact that it has less accuracy than the images of individual teeth, it for an overall assessment of dental health utility in the diagnostic process, treatment planning and assessment of its results.
Pantomographic imaging is necessary for a proper diagnosis. On this basis we can carry out consultations and submit a plan of treatment already on the first visit by assessing eg. state of the teeth, bones, the presence of inflammatory foci, teeth stopped (eg. wisdom teeth), sinus or periodontal disease.
Temporomandibular joints imaging
X-ray images of the temporomandibular joints are an invaluable aid in the diagnosis of diseases of these structures. They represent additional tests in oral surgery, prosthodontics and orthodontics, as each of these fields deals with the treatment of diseases of the temporomandibular joints, although from a different perspective. Symptoms of the disease on the joints are often discreet and ambiguous, and radiographs can provide a plenty of information about the cause, localisation and forms of irregularities.
Our CT provides comfort, allowing you to relax during the scan, while limiting movements, which positively affects the quality of the images. Newtom provides the dentist and the patient with an unprecedented visual information about the anatomy of the skull. The result is a better diagnosis and planning treatment and a greater awareness of the patient in the course of treatment. This results in better cooperation between a doctor and a patient and an easier acceptance of the necessity of the proposed treatment.