Anew advanced aesthetic daycare centre offers various treatment procedures and services using most advanced techniques from best skilled aesthetic surgeons. Here we are listing on the most advanced diagnostics services and technology used for diagnosing and treating various problems in dentistry. With the advanced diagnostic approach, the aesthetic surgeon can investigate and diagnose the actual causes and associated issues in the oral cavity.
Orthopantomogram is a dental connected x-ray used for diagnosing complete mouth radiography to investigate the upper and lower jaw with teeth and the temporomandibular joint. OPG is suggested to diagnose dental caries, abscess, teeth placement, angulations, tumors and fracture in jaw bones. The TMJ disorders are diagnosed using the OPG technique and the surgeon outlines the treatment procedures accordingly.
A Lat Ceph is a specialized x-ray that provides lateral or side view of the bones and facial contours. Lat Ceph x-rays are used in the diagnosis and treatment of orthodontic problems. Lat Ceph provides the details on the accurate measurements of upper and lower law lines to understand the bite level and to outline treatments accordingly.
Dental cone beam computed tomography is a special type of x-ray equipment used to produce three dimensional images of the teeth, soft tissues, nerve trail and bone in a single scan. The CBCT scan provides accurate image for diagnosing in a single session.
RVG is the digital imaging technique of the tooth that allows instant access to the analysis of the image and accurate diagnostics.
CAD – CAM:
Computer-assisted design (CAD)/computer-assisted machining (CAM) describes the graphic workflow for digital imaging, software design, and of a restoration. CAD/CAM aids to outline reconstructive surgery procedures of the skull, face, and jaw.
3D imaging technique allows investigating the jaw bone from all angles on a computer screen and assessing carefully what surgical options are available to eliminate or rectifying any abnormality in the area. The 3D imaging technique allows planning and completing the implant surgery with precision and ensuring safety and reducing the possibility of damage to any nerves or blood vessels in the region.