Diagnostics is a branch of medicine that determines diseases according to their symptoms. We use it to define and evaluate the condition of the oral cavity - teeth, gums and tongue.
Before the diagnosis and physical examination, understanding the medical history is important, i.e. a conversation with the patient, which significantly helps with the diagnosis.
In order for the diagnosis to be as accurate as possible, we use modern technology, such as an orthopantomograph and RVG images, which provides a deep insight into the problem. All images made are stored in digital form in our patients' personal medical records.
Once we have identified the patient's problem, we select and apply the most appropriate method for treating those problems.
The RVG method of dental imaging has become one of the most efficient and fastest methods for diagnosing diseases. It allows us to expose patients to radiation for as shorter period of time as possible, which was not possible with conventional X-ray imaging onto radiological film.
In a relatively short period of time, we can identify the problem and start appropriate treatment.
All RVG images are displayed on the screen in digital form, so that our patients can have access to them and understand the problem more easily.
An orthopantomograph is an X-ray of both jaws, i.e., the upper and lower dental arch, a part of the maxillary sinuses and temporomandibular joints. Bone and soft structures can be distinguished.
It enables us:
- to see large anatomical regions
- to reduce exposure to radiation
- to produce the digital image very simply and quickly.