consult the dentist – Dental consultation online by examining dental X-rays

In most cases, we only need your panoramic X-RAYS

consult the dentist: What’s in this page: see which documents you need to upload for any our online dental services.
See below the type of documents to be loaded for the service you are interested.consult the dentist

 

To find problems in the mouth and help dentists diagnose common problems it is absolutely necessary to examine one or more Dental Radiographs (commonly called Dental X-rays).

There are two main types of dental x-rays: intraoral (the x-ray film is inside the mouth) and extraoral (the x-ray film is outside the mouth). Each types x-rays shows different aspects of mouth: tooth decay, damage to the bones supporting the teeth, dental injuries, such as tooth or jaw fractures, cysts, solid growths (tumors), or abscesses, impacted teeth and find teeth that are not in the right place or do not break through the gum properly.

consult the dentist: To provide our online dental services, in most cases, we only need your PANORAMIC X-RAYS.

If PANORAMIC X-RAYS it’s enough to put the diagnosis we will do the Rapport only on this Xray.

If PANORAMIC X-RAYS show a complicated dental situation, for getting a correct diagnosis and deciding on the correct treatment, other types of radiological examinations will be necessary like PERIAPICAL X-RAYS and CONE BEAM CT or other specialized types of radiological investigations.

THE TYPE OF SERVICETHE TYPE OF DOCUMENTS TO BE LOADED
DENTAL ONLINE EXAMINATION
(Explore Treatment Options)
REQUIRED:
1. panoramic x-rays
MAY BE REQUIRED:
2. cone beam ct
3. periapical x-rays
4. other types of x-rays
DENTAL SECOND OPINION
(Evaluation of Previous Treatment Plan)
REQUIRED:
1. panoramic x-rays
2. dental plan
MAY BE REQUIRED:
3. cone beam ct
4. periapical x-rays
5. other types of x-rays
OPINION ON THERAPY
 (Evaluating Ongoing Dental Therapy)
REQUIRED:
1. panoramic x-ray and/or periapical x-rays done before starting the treatment.
2. panoramic x-ray and/or periapical x-rays done when you want to check the treatment.
MAY BE REQUIRED:
3. other types of x-rays done before starting the treatment and when you want to check the treatment.
OPINION ON TREATMENT
(Online Medical Evaluations After Treatment)
REQUIRED:
1. panoramic x-ray and/or periapical x-rays done before starting the treatment.
2. panoramic x-ray and/or periapical x-rays done when you want to check the treatment.
MAY BE REQUIRED:
3. other types of x-rays done before starting the treatment and when you want to check the treatment.

consult the dentist: THE MOST COMMON TYPES OF X-RAYS REQUEST TO DIAGNOSE VARIOUS DENTAL PROBLEMS.

IMAGE EXAMPLETYPES OF X-RAYS, DESCRIPTION, PURPOSE
panoramic radiography onlineOPTs
are used by dentists to provide information on: periodontal bone loss and periapical involvement, finding the source of dental pain, assessment for the placement of dental implants and many other diagnostic and treatment applications.
online periapical raysPERIAPICAL X-RAYS
Each periapical x-ray shows show the whole tooth — from the crown, to beyond the root where the tooth attaches into the jaw.
These X-rays are used to find dental problems below the gum line or in the jaw, such as impacted teeth, abscesses, cysts, tumors, and bone changes linked to some diseases.
computed tomography onlineComputed tomography DENTALSCAN
CT Scan
Cone Beam 3D provides three-dimensional images of jaw, teeth, and soft tissues such as parodont.
DENTALSCAN is an indispensable tool for detecting correct diagnosis in many cases such as implantology, orthodontics, oral surgery, and restorative.
A conventional X-ray of your mouth limits your dentist to a 2-D visualization. Diagnosis and treatment planning can require a more complete understanding of a complex 3-D anatomy. CT examinations provide a wealth of 3-D information, which can be used when planning for dental implants, surgical extractions, maxillofacial surgery and advanced dental restorative procedures. One benefit of CT scans is the greater chance for diagnosing conditions such as vertical root fractures, which can be missed a significant percentage of the time on conventional films and which can result in the patient avoiding unnecessary additional treatment. To summarize, the CT scan enhances your dentist’s ability to see what he/she needs to see before treatment is started.

consult the dentist: OTHER TYPES OF X-RAYS MAY BE REQUESTED TO DIAGNOSE VARIOUS SUSPECTED DENTAL PROBLEMS.

IMAGE EXAMPLETYPES OF X-RAYS, DESCRIPTION, PURPOSE
dentist online sialogram
SIALOGRAM
This is a test that uses a dye, which is injected into the salivary glands so they can be seen on x-ray film.
This test show salivary gland problems that can play a role in tooth decay.
dentist online full mouth seriesFULL MOUTH SERIES
This is often abbreviated as either FMS or FMX (or CMRS, meaning Complete Mouth Radiographic Series.
Full mouth series is a complete set of intraoral x-rays taken of a patient’s teeth and adjacent hard tissue. The full mouth series is composed of 18-20 films.
This type of x-ray combines both bitewings and periapical x-ray.
dentist online bite wing x raysBITE-WING X-RAYS
Bite-wing x-rays show details of the upper and lower teeth in one area of the mouth.
These X-rays are used to check for decay between the teeth and to show how well the upper and lower teeth line up.
dentist online occlusal x raysOCCLUSAL X-RAYS
Occlusal x-rays track the development and placement of an entire arch of teeth in either the upper or lower jaw.
The occlusal view is indicated when is a desire to reveal the skeletal or pathological anatomy of either the floor of the mouth or the palate.
dentist online tmj x rayTMJ X-RAY
TMJ radiographs provide information on the morphological characteristics of osseus components of the joint and certain functional associations between the condyle, articular tubercle and fossa.
This type of x-ray it’s used for diagnostic of the Temporomandibular Joint.
dentist online cephalogram x raysCEPHALOGRAM X-RAYS
This x-ray show the bone and soft tissues of the head and are used to evaluate jaw growth and spatial relationships of the upper and lower jaws.

 


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