An Orthopantomogram (OPG) or Dental Panoramic Radiograph (DPR), also known as a "panorex", is a panoramic scanning dental X-ray of the upper and lower jaw. It shows a two-dimensional view of a half-circle from ear to ear. An OPG relies on tomography i.e. images of specific radiographic planes are taken to make up the larger panoramic image.
Lateral Cephalometric (LAT CEPH)
Cephalometric analysis is the study of the dental and skeletal relationships in the head.
It is frequently used by dentists, often orthodontists in particular, as a treatment planning tool.
Cephalometric analysis depends on cephalometric radiographs to study relationships between bony and soft tissue landmarks and can be used to diagnose facial growth abnormalities prior to treatment, in the middle of treatment to evaluate progress or at the conclusion of treatment to ascertain that the goals of treatment have been met.
3D Cone Beam (CBCT)
Cone beam 3D imaging is a breakthrough diagnostic technology in dentistry. Cone beam CT scanning is a compact, faster, and safer version of regular CT. The use of a cone-shaped x-ray beam allows a dramatic reduction in the size of the scanner, the radiation dosage, and the time needed for scanning.
We have specifically selected our scanner because of its combination of low dose radiation and maximum diagnostic information. It is used for Implant surveys for implant planning, IAN (nerve) survey for wisdom tooth extraction planning, and RCT survey for better root canal treatments.
Many dentists have preferred our X-ray Cone Beam Computer Tomography (CBCT) scanners for patient imaging and diagnostics. The result is advanced, it's state-of-the-art volumetric images increases the quality and accuracy of radiographic dental care. When using CBCT imaging, clinicians have the most accurate anatomic information to plan the placement of dental implants in optimal sites by using our technologically advanced digital imaging services.