X-ray and 3D CT

The digital, high-resolution images are promptly ready in a short period. Moreover, the attractive pricing could be appealing to many. The combination of speed, quality, and affordability is the epitome of the best service!

Dental diagnosis

Digital panoramic X-ray

The speed and detail provided by the extra sharp digital panoramic X-rays are truly impressive. The low radiation dosage is a significant advancement for patients, achieving the desired image quality with minimal radiation, similar to levels experienced outdoors. This advanced technology aids in precise diagnosis while maximizing safety for patients.

  • Examination and consultation
  • Digital panoramic X-ray
  • 3D CT

Why is important X-ray?

During the examination and focus on problem areas, the dentist employs specialized imaging techniques, such as panoramic X-rays or CT/CBCT scans, to obtain a comprehensive view of the teeth’s condition and any potential hidden gum issues.

Dental radiography (panoramic X-ray) plays a key role in assessing the teeth.

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Dental diagnosis


High-quality digital images are promptly and instantly produced in a short period. Additionally, the low cost might be appealing to many individuals. The combination of speed, excellent quality, and affordability results in providing the best service!

  • Examination and consultation
  • Digital panoramic X-ray
  • 3D CT
Digital X-ray machine

Do you have question?

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A digital panoramic X-ray is an image that portrays the entire oral cavity and teeth in two/three dimensions, allowing the simultaneous display of both jawbones in a single image.

The first step in dental diagnostics is to assess the patient’s overall health condition.

The professional not only records the symptoms and complaints but also notes past and current illnesses. Additionally, it’s important to document dietary, lifestyle, and oral care habits, which can influence our condition.

Before the examination begins, please remove any metal objects (e.g., earrings, necklaces, piercings, dentures, etc.).

Our dental assistant will provide detailed information about the procedure and give instructions before the imaging.

To ensure your complete protection, we provide a lead apron against radiation exposure.

During the examination, it’s crucial to remain still for clear and assessable images. Movement might cause blurry pictures, necessitating a retake of the X-ray.