Diagnostic and Imaging Techniques
Oral radiographies: They are periapical radiographies and occlusal radiographies that impact small areas and that we prefer for a more detailed determination of how much damage teeth and surrounding tissues receive in situations like canal treatment, bone loss, and tooth decay. We have devices that all of our dentists can easily reach fixedly or portably in our clinic.
Panoramic Radiography: This x-ray is a type in which the superior and inferior jaws and all teeth can be examined.
Computerized Tomography: Differently than panoramic film, this technique provides for 3D and detailed imaging in dentistry. The 3D image helps us accurately position the areas where the implants will be placed and reduces risk.
Cephalometry, Postero-Anterior Radiography, Wrist Radiographies: It has become easier for us to see in front of us in many treatments with various radiographic techniques together with the development of technology. Planning is done by taking all necessary films before starting treatments for our patients in our clinic.
Cephalometric devices are frequently used to diagnose and plan treatment in orthodontics, to understand the forms of growth and development of patients, to determine which stage of growth they are in, and to interpret treatment results.
Skeletal development is generally evaluated from wrist radiographies. By examining finger joints, the skeletal growth phase is understood, and a treatment plan is prepared based on this.
Temporomandibular Joint (Jaw Joint) Radiography: The jaw joint is a joint connecting the inferior jaw to the skull. The jaw joint can be damaged in situations like tooth grinding, blows, and traffic accidents. This radiographic method helps examine jaw joints in a more detailed manner and is implemented at our clinic.