For modern dental treatments, a proper diagnostic background is essential.
This includes digital X-ray and image analysis systems. One of its advantages over conventional X-rays is a 90% reduction in radiation exposure, which is not a burden on the organism, even in the case of a higher number of exposures or in the case of pregnant women. On the other hand, thanks to an image diameter up to 50-100 times larger than in the case of a conventional X-ray image, even the smallest can be noticed, resulting in an even more accurate diagnosis. By analysing the images on the computer, a more thorough treatment plan can be drawn up and, as the images show, the treatment can be modelled and even checked during its realization.
Another important treatment tool is the intraoral camera. Not only does it allow the result of the intervention to be photographed, which is a useful reference for later monitoring, but it also makes it possible to see anomalies in the oral cavity that are otherwise difficult to reach and therefore not visible using conventional instruments. In addition, the images of the area to be treated offer the patient an even more comprehensive picture of the treatment, which he/she can follow on the monitor next to him/her.