3D Dental Tomography

Dental Radiography, which is among the most important sciences in dentistry; It has a very important place in diagnosis, treatment and post-treatment evaluation processes. In recent years, many dentists have replaced old conventional radiography systems with digital imaging systems.

Thanks to these systems, these digital images, which are obtained in a shorter time than X-ray films and created by exposing patients to less radiation, can be developed, stored and easily transferred with the help of computer software. Digital radiography systems, which are one of the foundations of today's high standards, positively affect patient education and communication between patient and physician.

Usage Areas

Dental Radiography method is used in diagnosis, treatment and many different processes and provides great convenience to both patients and physicians. We can explain the usage areas and benefits of Dental Radiography in general terms as follows:

  • In the detection of caries
  • Before and during root canal treatment
  • In the detection of damage to the bones in cases where gingival diseases have advanced
  • It provides great convenience and comprehensibility in the planning and follow-up of the treatment before the implant surgery.

Also Digital Dental Radiography

  • Identifying the causes of joint disorders
  • Revealing cyst and tumor suspicions about teeth and bone
  • Cerrahi işlemler öncesi gömük dişlerin pozisyonunun belirlenmesi
  • Follow-up of children's dental development and growth
  • Diş ve çene kırığı şüphelerinin netliğe kavuşturulması gibi konularda da etkin ve hızlı çözümler geliştirilmesinde yardımcı olur.


Digital Radiovisiography (RVG)

A special imaging sensor and a portable radiography device are used in digital Radiovyography. The image taken from the patient's teeth is also seen on the computer screen simultaneously with the procedure. Because it eliminates waiting time, it is a practical and fast imaging system. It allows you to quickly display detailed and clear teeth.

Digital Radiovysiography is used to diagnose interface caries that cannot be seen by eye examination, to display inflammatory lesions of the root tip in the initial state, and to determine the root size at the canal treatment stage.

Digital Panoramic X-Ray

A digital panoramic X-ray is the fastest way to view all the teeth and jawbones in the mouth on the same film. It is an important method that is definitely needed in the first examination.

It is a method that is often used at the stages of diagnosis and treatment, as it allows all the teeth in the mouth to be displayed at the same time.

Lateral Cephalometric Film

It is an imaging method that is applied for analyses that must be performed before orthodontic treatment (wire treatments) applications that are applied for the deterioration of the structure of the tooth.

Wrist Radiography

Children's jaw development is used to evaluate the growth processes of their jaws. The actual bone age can be determined by hand and wrist radiography, and orthodontic treatment can be started to be applied according to the data obtained by this detection.

In addition, the method, which gives its name to the anatomical structures in the wrists, allows you to evaluate the level of approximation to each other, thereby estimating how long bone development will take.

Dental Volumetric Computed Tomography

With Dental volumetric Computed Tomography, detailed and clear images are obtained that cannot be obtained by conventional methods of the old type. Accurate and three-dimensional imaging of jaw bones and teeth is achieved with the help of digital technology.

It is used in many modern clinics to evaluate the amount and width of the jawbone before the Implant, and to see in which position the embedded teeth are localized.

Dental volumetric Computed Tomography provides a clear view of the cysts and similar lesions that occur inside the jawbones. Dental volumetric Computed Tomography devices are also more suitable for the overall health of patients, as they contain much less radiation than standard tomography devices.

Dental volumetric Computed Tomography, prior to major surgical operations, significantly minimizes the margin of error.


Dt. H. Yusuf Demir

Medical Dentist

Dt. Eray Varolan

Medical Dentist