Oral Diagnose and Radiology


Oral Diagnose: Diagnose is a Greek word which means the definition of objective and subjective symptoms as they constitute the illness. Anyhow oral diagnose is a process which follows the analyse of patients intraoral X-ray and detailed intraoral treatment. First aim is to determine the preferential complaint source of patient. Besides the patient’s current situation should be handled as a whole and potential. Potential problematic areas should be determined. In this way, the problem’s early detections and applied protective and preventive treatment will stop the problems and provide simple treatment so it will make it more economical.


Panaromic Radiography

Panaromic Radiography is an extraoral imaging tecnique which shows all the teeth in mouth, buried teeth, bone tissues, full chin bones, physiological and pathalogical cavities in area of mouth and joints within the same image at once. It is used especially for the general treatment of mouth examination that aims control, buried teeth extraction, resection, small cysts or sth like implant application such as simple surgical operations.

Digital Radiography (RVG)

The negative radiology techniques that were used in the past years have many disadvantages such as damaging the environment. For example, in the bath stage there was more waste time and as well as chemicals are used in bath solution and X-Ray contains lead. Besides the films were damaged easily.

In new techniques, the images are easily monitored. Also color settings, magnification-reduction processes and measurements can be made. In this technique, the radiation that affects the patient has decreased considerably.

Computed Tomography

Computed Tomography This technique is used when the traditional intraoral and extraoral imaging systems like big cysts, tumors and planning implant applications are deficient.