Dental Imaging

Dental Imaging is used to produce three dimensional images of teeth, nerve pathways, soft tissues and bone in a single scan. Compared to intraoral images, panoramic imaging is a quick approach to acquire an image of the whole dentition. This sort of imaging has a relatively low radiation trouble for the patient considering the anatomy it covers in single exposure. A panoramic image gives you an overview of the patient’s oral health. Dental cone beam computed tomography is a special type of X-ray equipment, which is used when regular facial or dental x-rays are not sufficient. Dentists use dental imaging for many reasons; to find hidden dental structures, benign or malignant masses, bone loss, and cavities.

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