CBCT (Cone Beam CT Scan)

A Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) scanner uses X-rays and computer-processed X-ray information to produce accurate 3D cross-sectional images. It is a smaller, faster and safer version of the regular CT scanner. Through the use of a cone shaped X-ray beam, the radiation dosage is lower, and the time needed for scanning is reduced

Attentive dentist in a white uniform sits on a chair at the table and a patient in a blue shirt and jeans stands next to him. Dentist explains to the patient the results of orthopantomogram at the monitor. He holds a pen in the left hand. On the table there is an articulator with teeth mould and a dental implant teeth model, a photocamera, a notebook. Horizontal.

An Orthopantomogram X-ray (OPG X-ray) is a panoramic image of the jaw and teeth from the root to crown in a single image. Also an OPG X-ray can provide useful analysis for the extraction of wisdom teeth and in planning orthodontic treatments


Cephalometric X-ray (CEPH X-ray) provides a side view image of the face. A digital CEPH X-ray provides a range of benefits such as zooming into a particular section and measuring teeth & bone


Digital cephalometric tracing allows the analysis of Ceph X-rays by creating superimposed drawings to track patient growth and treatment progress accurately


Male dentist explaining dental Xray to female assistent in clinic.

Radiology Reports

Upon the referrer's request, radiological reports can be provided with the selected digital X-ray images