DIAGNOSTICS

What is dental diagnostics?

Diagnostics is the key stage of any treatment in the dental office. It requires exceptionalaccuracy and a holistic approach to each patient, because it is this stage that determines theeffectiveness and course of treatment. It consists in precisely determining the condition ofthe teeth and the entire oral cavity, detecting and diagnosing various diseases, such ascavities, gum disease or inflammation, using specialized equipment, examinations and adetailed patient interview. The whole process is aimed at establishing a diagnosis and atreatment plan that will be most effective for a given patient.

Why should diagnostics be performed?

Regular examination and diagnostics of the oral cavity is very important for maintaining ourhealth. It allows for early detection of oral diseases, which enables effective treatment andprevention of serious consequences. In addition, regular visits to the dentist's office are agreat opportunity to verify whether we take proper care of our teeth. This is extremelyimportant because any diseases of the oral cavity adversely affect the functioning of theentire body and can cause serious health problems such as heart disease, diabetes and evenrespiratory ailments.

Precise and accurate diagnosis is the basis for accurate treatment.

Types of diagnostic tests performed in our clinic


3D scanne



3D scanne


Allows you to download a virtual image of the oral cavity on a computerscreen without the use of impression material


Cephalometric image



Cephalometric image


This is used mainly for malocclusion analysis, orthodontic and prosthetic treatment.


Pantomographic x-ra



Pantomographic x-ra


This is the basic image needed to assess the condition ofteeth and bones


Intraoral camera



Intraoral camera


This gives us the opportunity to assess the condition of the teethand gums with greater precision.


Cone-beam Computed Tomography (CBCT)



Cone-beam Computed Tomography (CBCT)


this is an accurate maxillofacial imaging technique.


Microscope



Microscope


Thanks to the maximum magnification, it allows us to detect thesmallest root canals and thoroughly clean the inside.

FAQ

''Is X-ray examination harmful to our health?''
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The dose of radiation during one examination is very small and does not lead to the development of complications.
''How long does an X-ray examination take?''
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Computed tomography / cephalometric image / pantomographic x-ray takes several minutes. Mostly this includes preparation. The process of taking the image itself takes several seconds.

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2023-04-12
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2023-04-05
Super atmosfera, pełen profesjonalizm 😊
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2023-04-04
Bardzo miła Pani rejestratorka. Wszystko wytłumaczyła sprawnie.
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2023-03-12
Pełny profesjonalizm higienistki pani Sandry. Polecam
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2023-02-27
Bardzo miła Pani , i Pani co robiła zdjęcie zębów również 🙂
Rona Roni
2023-02-21
Bardzo profesjonalnie! Jakość świadczonej usługi na najwyższym poziomie. Przemiła i serdeczna opieka. Bardzo dziękuję Pani Sandrze i Danieli. Polecam!
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2023-02-13
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2023-02-03
Polecam robiłem protezę wykonanie na 5 obsługa na 5
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