In recent decades, medical science has developed a lot thanks to technological innovations and discoveries. The widespread use of panoramic X-rays has made it much easier for dentists to diagnose the problem, since they can not only determine the exact clinical picture by examining the oral cavity, but can also look deeper into the problem with the help of dental X-rays. The panoramic X-ray is therefore a great and safe tool for our dentists to provide the most personalised treatment possible for every patient coming to Genius Dent in Mosonmagyaróvár. Previously, dentists would only take x-rays of a single damaged tooth. This meticulous method could make it very time-consuming to make an accurate diagnosis, with the patient''s tooth (or in worse cases, several teeth) deteriorating over time. In contrast, thanks to modern medicine, the whole tooth can be seen in a matter of seconds: as a key tool in a well-equipped dental clinic, panoramic X-rays are a great help to dentists and patients alike.
We''ve all had a chest or lung X-ray, but doctors also refer patients for X-rays if they suspect a bone fracture or a broken bone.
A panoramic X-ray works in a similar way: the rays pass through the mouth, but the gums and soft tissue absorb less of them than teeth and other bone structure.
So teeth appear brighter on the X-ray - decay and infection appear darker on the image because they absorb less radiation.
A dental radiograph is essential if oral surgery, orthodontics or dental implantation is planned, as well as for a dental gum examination - which can reveal very serious health problems.
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With the help of panoramic X-rays, the specialist can also detect the presence of previous dental dental interventions, or the presence of a tooth that is not visible to the naked eye tooth decay that is not visible to the naked eye. It is therefore advisable to use dental panoramic X-ray imaging is useful to shed light on long-standing dental the origin of long-standing, apparently causeless bleeding of the gums, the initial gum or bone atrophy, or even to detect cysts. cysts can be mapped by the specialist. Panoramic X-rays are therefore useful when oral surgery may be required, when cancer screening is timely and/or justified, when cysts, nodules or other tumours are suspected, when the patient has apparently unexplained bleeding from the gums, or when orthodontic treatment is required.
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