Dental Radiography

Digital OPG

Orthopantomograms (or OPGs) are panoramic dental X-ray scans that cover both the upper and lower jaws.  It’s a two-dimensional representation of a squished-down half-circle that runs from ear to ear. The maxilla (upper jaw) and mandible (lower jaw) may be seen in a panoramic x-ray because many pictures can be acquired and stitched together to create a comprehensive image. Exterior buildings are distorted out of focus. Your dentist will most likely take an OPG as part of your dental care at some point.

Frequently Asked Questions

Maximum doctors and patients are doing the focus single teeth Xray for the target but OPG is more effective and beneficiary because of its single dose of radiation. At a time, you can get all the tooth, upper & lower Jaw at once without any difficulty and pain

OPG is an important issue as on one OPG test, dentist work rely till months. Therefore CDC is providing the OPG result to both patients and doctor in a shape of x-ray film, DVD, WhatsApp and through email because in the process of dental treatment patient should have their diagnostic record through any one option as we are given the report.

CEPH, For angling and bracing of teeth-reshaping

Lateral Ceph

A Lateral Cephalogram is an x-beam. Taken off the side of the face with exceptionally exact situating. And a different estimation can be made. To decide the current and future relationship. The top and base jaw and consequently.

The idea of a patient’s nibbles. Catch a total radiographic picture of the side of the face. Lateral Cephalogram assists with catching pictures of the teeth, jaw bone, delicate tissues, and nasal and sinus sections.

3D Con Beam CT Scan

During Con Beam CT Scan Assessment. The C-arm or gantry pivots around the head in a total 360-degree revolution. They will be catching various pictures from various points and all photos will be reconstructed. And make a solitary of the 3-D picture.
Con-Beam is a computed tomography framework and a variety of conventional figured, tomography (CT) frameworks.

The CBCT frameworks utilized by dental experts pivot around the patient, catching information utilizing a cone-molded X beam.
3D Con Beam CT Scan gives precise pictures of the bone and is performed to assess infections of the hard structures of the face,  jaw, nasal depression, and sinuses.

KUB Ultrasound

KUB (Renal Ultrasound) is used to evaluate the urinary tract. That including the kidneys, urinary bladder (and ureters if female, the prostate gland, and seminal vesicles if the patient is male).

A computerized tomography (CT) scan of the kidneys, ureters, and bladder (KUB) is referred to as CT KUB. The purpose of the scan is to obtain images from different angles of the urinary system and surrounding structures, which encompasses the area from the superior poles of the kidneys down to the pubic symphysis

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