Dental X-rays and CBCT

When performing a dental X-ray or CT scan, the patient is exposed to a lower dose of radiation. During the scan:
New equipment maintained in accordance with radiation protection regulations is used,
appropriate protective equipment is used.
In addition to conventional radiographs, we can also perform various joint radiographs, intraoral periapical radiographs, panoramic radiographs and dental CT scans. Panoramic radiographs are preferable to intraoral periapical radiographs because they provide information on the entire upper and lower maxilla and dentition. Our images are realized using modern X-ray equipment that meets all technical requirements. In our practice, the exposure time for intraoral radiographs is very short, so that the radiation dose is reduced to a minimum compared to conventional radiographs.
Panoramic radiography is an important diagnostic and documentation tool in dental radiology. Panoramic radiographs show the position of the teeth in the maxilla (tooth socket, dental root) and the mandibular joint. It is the most commonly used image.
Cone Beam CT (CBCT) is a specialized three-dimensional digital X-ray imaging technique that can present bone structure and teeth at extremely low radiation doses.
This has made CBCT a leading diagnostic tool in dentistry, oral surgery and implantology.