Diagnostic radiology

diagnostic radiology

An good arrangement for dental treatment comprises primarily of a professional diagnosis. The diagnostic imaging research center that the facility has, can be pleased with the most recent era of diagnostic equipment. It offers a full scope of radiological exams and mouth imaging.

All tests are performed on the spot, in a peaceful environment by a fully qualified group of specialists. In the radiology department you can discover the most up to date 3D computer tomography with cone beam GXDP-700S by GENDEX. This device, as a result of its special design brings 3D pictures of the most astounding quality, minimizing the radiation quantity.


The examination gives topographic 3D picture of bone structures, allowing for an successful valuation of the appearance of mandible and jaw. It is a completely non-invasive and safe method, with the immediate result. It is possible for the device to produce three-dimensional imaginings and cross-segments of the jaw and mandible in each of the three surfaces, so the doctor has the capacity to watch particular anatomical structures, for example, blood vessels or nerves, which is essential during the development of implant treatment plan or guided bone recovery. Additionally a microtomography is performed, what means scanning at the highest resolution determination a single tooth, which is utilized for root channel treatment (endodontic).

The grounds for the diagnosis of dental treatment is an advanced pantomographic photograph generally called  "panorama". To bring down the dose of radiation while dealing with panoramic radiograph advanced sensor was utilized (not analog film). For kids, the measurements of radiation is diminished. It ought to be noticed that the quality of the acquired picture is altogether higher, in opposition to standard materials and the result is transferred very quickly in print or in computerized record on CD. On account of routine therapeutic treatment or canal and surgery treatment, photographs of individual teeth are needed. The facility is equipped with RTG Expert DC (X-beam) with advanced radiographic framework (RVG) GXS-700 from American company Gendex, which makes it possible to obtain high-quality photographs. To outline prosthetic work and assess dental changes of the patients, the specialists use extra medical documentation in a form of intraoral images. This allows to observe the course of treatment and to evaluate pictures "before" and "after".