Diagnosis with Digital Radiography

Digital radiography is a digital imaging technology that replaces traditional film-based X-rays in dentistry. This technology enables faster, safer and easier taking of dental x-rays used to visualize teeth and gum tissue.
Digital radiography is one of the diagnostic tools of dentistry that allows dental X-rays to be imaged with 90% less radiation through a special sensor in a computer environment.

Visographic System

A visographic system is a specialized combination of software and hardware for processing images obtained using digital radiography technology. This system allows dentists to view teeth and gum tissue in more detail.

Thanks to the images obtained with the visographic system, dentists can better diagnose tooth decay, fractures, gum disease and other dental problems. In addition, the visographic system can provide clearer images with less radiation exposure and increase patient comfort.

The visographic system is considered an important tool in dentistry and most modern dental clinics use this technology.

Digital Intraoral Camera:

It is an imaging system that detects problems in the areas of the mouth and teeth that the patient cannot see with a pen-sized camera and allows the patient to see them on the monitor.

Panoramic Radiography

Panoramic radiography is an imaging technology used in dentistry. It is a wide-ranging X-ray image in which the lower and upper teeth can be viewed together with the joints and jawbone using Panoramic Radiography. This technology is used to capture a large image of the teeth, jaws and surrounding tissues on a single X-ray film.

Panoramic radiography is used by dentists so that they can see all of

the teeth and tissues around the mouth in one image. This image is used to assess the condition of the teeth, gums, jaws, sinus cavities and structures such as the jaw joint. It can also help in the detection of cysts, tumors and other abnormalities found in the mouth.

Panoramic radiography, like other dental X-rays, contains a low dose of radiation. However, panoramic radiography usually has a lower radiation dose than other dental x-rays. Therefore, this technology helps dentists to simplify the diagnostic and treatment planning processes, while protecting the safety of their patients.

Dentists often refer to panoramic radiography images to assess the dental health status of their patients and make treatment plans.