When it comes to any type of dental issue, the first step is to get the best consultation you can. We firmly believe in providing expert consultation services to our patients so that they smartly decide which treatment or solution will work the best in their case. The core of any dental treatment starts from consultation. Even if you don’t have any issue in your teeth, consultation can provide with an overview about your dental health.
Why you should go for consultation?
Most of the times, the disease does not spring out of nowhere. It does not happen overnight, rather it takes days and sometimes months to actually become an issue. With consultation, you can actually know if you are having any symptoms or if your dental health is suffering in any way. Our experienced and certified radiologists will help you in learning about the dental issues you have or be on the lookout for them and also what treatments are best for you.
Our consultation services, when it comes specifically to radiology includes to the following:
- Dental cysts
- Tooth infection
- Jaw disorders
- Periodontal disease
- Oral cancer
- Jaw tumors
Our consultants are not only certified and expert in their field but also have the right experience to understand all your dental issues and provide you with advices and suggestions that can help you in improving your dental health. The radiology consultants get to the root cause of the problem so that it can never make you suffer again. They provide a detailed and thorough dental check-up and then overview about the different diagnostic techniques that can be used get rid of the problem. Dental consultants most probably walk you through the following procedures for radiology:
- Panoramic X-Ray: this x-ray is concerned with providing a crystal clear view of sinuses, jaws, teeth and nasal area to help the radiology specialists in understanding the perfect placement for a dental implant placement or orthodontic appliance.
- Bitewig X-Ray: this ex-ray provides dental specialists with insights about if there are any substantial tooth decay by showing both the lower and upper teeth.
- Occlusal X-Ray: the outline of the bite of both lower and upper jaw are shown by this x-ray. It also highlights the teeth development in both adults and children.