Oral diseases are not only composed of tooth decay and gum disease. All soft tissues in the oral cavity, jaw bone and joint diseases associated with all fall within the working area of dentistry. Constitute only a small part of the body tissues and structures that constitute a complex anatomical structures. It also shows significant symptoms in the mouth in many systemic diseases. All these reasons in dentistry must have a program that the diagnosis of oral diseases and treatment planning. This is an important task of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology has undertaken
Dental radiographs, ie, radiographs of teeth and jaw bones, such as the diagnosis of dental hard tissue of interest mouth disease is a very important help. The most commonly used dental radiographs; periapical radiographs (2 or 3 female radiographs showing the small size) and the panoramic radiographs. (Lower and upper dental arch and radiography in large size seen in one of the jaw bone) Computer-aided digital radiographic devices can be obtained image using a low-dose radiation and images made color and brightness adjustment in the study is provided more detailed examination.
However, bone and internal infections, impacted teeth are also easily detected. However, an accurate diagnosis can be an appropriate treatment plan. In this way, potential problems that may occur in the future are determined in advance all the necessary treatment is prevented.
According to the patient's treatment needs, appropriate treatment plan is made by pulling the dental radiographs. Made according to the treatment plan will be redirected to other areas of expertise in order of priority treatment from our clinic patients.