The digital panoramic dental X-ray is the best diagnostic examination that facilitates the dentist to determine exactly the existing dental problem and propose the appropriate method of treatment. Digital panoramic X-rays provide a large amount of diagnostic information and great efficiency, guiding dentists and maxillofacial surgeons to recommend the best solution for every patient.

Digital panoramic dental x-rays can help to find problems that cannot be detected by physical examination. Finding and treating problems before they develop, avoids the discomfort, preventing significant patients’ health issues and potentially saving money.

The digital panoramic x-ray consists a routine examination by dentists and oral surgeons in daily practice and is an important diagnostic tool. It can cover a larger amount of incidents than a conventional intraoral X-ray and therefore provides valuable information about tooth alterations, such as small areas of tooth caries and other infections. Panoramic x-ray also facilitates the diagnosis of periodontitis, locating impacted teeth including wisdom teeth, other jaw disorders while also helping to diagnose sinusitis.

This specific imaging examination highlights any issues concerning the dentures, such as changes in the condition and position of the teeth, the presence of an abscess, i.e. an infection at the root of a tooth or between the gums and a tooth, while it detects any cysts in the jawbones, certain types of tumors and mouth cancer. With the digital panoramic x-ray, the condition and position of the teeth is assessed, which helps in preparation for dental implants or extractions, braces, dentures or other dental procedures. In children, digital panoramic x-rays determine if there is any decay, if the mouth has enough space for all incoming teeth to grow, if wisdom teeth are growing, or if some teeth cannot emerge through the gums.

With the digital panoramic x-ray the situation inside the oral cavity is presented on a computer screen, enabling the dentist and the patient to have a look. Digital dental x-rays are preferred because they produce less radiation and make quicker the dental appointment. They also offer images of higher quality and facilitate the transfer of dental records directly from the diagnostic center to the treating dentist or oral surgeon. At the same time, digital technology provides the ability to enlarge and improve the image, making it easier to detect even the smallest changes that cannot be seen in a clinical examination. Our diagnostic center is fully equipped with machines of advanced technology that enable the diagnostic procedure.