Also called OPG, is a 2D image that captures the jaws, teeth and surrounding structures in a single image. Due to low dose of radiation, this radiograph has low resolution and should not be used to diagnosis of subtle changes. . .
Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT):
Is a more recent type of equipment with similarities to panoramic machine in the appearance. But it produces a cone shaped x-ray with a specially designed detector, to reconstruct achieved data to a 3D scan…Read More
Intra oral radiographs:
Periapical , occlusal and bitewing radiographs are used to detect carious lesion, changes in alveolar bone height and root structure. These techniques benefit high…Read More
Used primarily for orthodontic diagnosis and treatment planning. It is a useful record prior to treatment and can be used during treatment to assess progress. This technique helps to…Read More