X-rays of the patient’s mouth and dental area can be taken using several different methods. Tomography – Panoramic Film – Periapical Film are some of them.

It is very important to determine the bone density of patients, especially in patients who will receive implants. In addition, some patients may be overly sensitive or, on the contrary, unresponsive to examinations performed with hands, eyes and instruments. Radiology also helps physicians in diagnosing buried or broken teeth, fissures, cysts and cancerous cells.