We provide comprehensive dental care to our patients. An in-depth analysis of the teeth’s condition is conducted before treatment is commenced.
For diagnostic purpose we use cutting-edge digital X-ray equipment, a computed tomography scanner, microscope.They provide the basis for the dentist to establish the patient’s treatment plan. Utilisation of computer-based diagnostic methods allows us to detect even the smallest of lesions and plan the treatment in such a manner that it is carried out in the least invasive way possible.
As a rule, this examination is carried out before the implantology treatment is commenced. We also use it while planning surgical procedures in close proximity to maxillary sinuses and nerves. Tomography often turns out to be the only effective diagnostic aid for complex medical cases.
The tomography emits a small amount of radiation, 100 times lower when compared with the commonly used machines of this type, at the same time ensuring a 60-fold higher precision. This makes the examination totally safe for patients.
Dental treatment should be preceded by insightful and precise diagnostics, which makes it possible to prepare a proper and safe treatment plan for a given patient. Our clinic is equipped with the high-tech equipment for displaying X-ray pictures directly on a computer screen.
With the introduction of state-of-the-art X-ray technology, all the concerns about the harmful effects of radiation now belong to the past. Modern machines emit considerably lower amounts of radiation than the formerly used medical devices. It has been confirmed that 36 intra-oral pictures corresponds to the amount of radiation we receive each day from space. Another example: a flight from Brussels to Athens provides a 20-times higher dose than one dental X-ray picture. The possibility to digitally process the X-ray pictures increases their quality, allowing us to make clear diagnosis and choose a suitable treatment method.
Our X-ray laboratory conforms to the rigorous standards of safety established by the European Union.