Digital Dental Radiology Center UNIDENT
UNIDENT Dental Radiology Center has the most advanced technology in the field of dental imaging: digital devices that perform digital intraoral digital X-rays, extraoral digital X-rays and 3D
CBCT dental scans. Our specialized medical team performs quickly the most effective exposures, achieving maximum quality of X-Ray investigations, essential for an accurate diagnosis.
Unident Clinic’s X-Ray equipments come from renowned companies in the field of dental imaging.
We guarantee the sharpest images and lowest radiation dose for patients requiring such investigations.
X-Ray services are open to all dentists: general dentistry, specialists in implantology, orthodontics, dental prosthetics, endodontics, dento-alveolar surgery, ORL medicine.
Intraoral digital X-rays – extraoral digital X-rays – 3D CBCT dental scans
Bi-maxillary radiological status;
Enlarged panoramic X-rays (scale 1.25: 1, 1.50: 1);
ATM X-rays – to view the temporomandibular joint;
Maxillary sinuses X-rays;
We manufacture the entire range of 3D CBCT dental scans:
Low volume with ENDO function for clearly viewing the smallest details;
Volume for viewing each dental arches separately;
Volume for viewing both dental arches;
ATM bilateral volume;
Volume for SAF – antero-frontal sinuses (for ORL doctors);
The most common uses of computer tomography (CBCT) in dentistry and otolaryngology:
Locating the included third molar;
Locating the included teeth;
Mandibulary canal identification;
Bone density and bone structure evaluation;
Evaluation of the dental implants mandibulary spaces;
Pre and post surgery evaluation and analyzing;
Orthodontic lesions analysis;
BMF evaluation and treatment analysis;
ATM evaluation and analysis;
Frontal maxillary sinuses analysis;
Upper airways evaluation and analysis;
Temporal bone and ear canal evaluation and analysis;
Nasal pyramid evaluation and analysis.
FREQUENT ASKED QUESTIONS
You do not need any beforehand appointments, we expect you to come during our working hours:
Monday – Friday: 08:00-20:00.
The results of X-rays examinations are issued on the spot. Whether printed on medical film, engraved on a CD or sent by e-mail.
Depending on the type of the investigation the processing time ranges:
»For intraoral and extraoral dental X-rays processing time is 5 minutes.
»For dental CT scans processing time varies from 20 to 30 minutes.
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The human body is constantly exposed to radiation, whether they are atmospheric, land or come from artificial sources surrounding us: television, monitor, computer, consumer electronics or mobile phone.
To appreciate the level of radiation that you are exposed while performing an X-ray investigation we show you a list of comparative methods and dosages:
Natural background radiation / year (for comparison) – 3.6 mSv
Conventional X-ray film – 0.0095 mSv
Digital dental X-ray – 0.0032 mSv
Digital panoramic X-ray (OPG) – 0.0047 to 0.0145 mSv
Cephalometric X-ray – lateral cephalometric X-ray – 0.015 mSv
3D CBCT scan (cone beam tomography) – 0.025 to 0.06 mSv
Medical CT – conventional with linear beam (for comparison) – 0,5-0,1,2 mSv
Flight tickets Bucharest – New York (for comparison) – 0.094 mSv
Dangerous dose / year – below this value no clinical harm is observed – 250 mSv
Dental X-rays and 3D CBCT dental scans do not pose a major risk because radiations are emitted in small doses and focused on the area of interest. To avoid reflection of rays to other areas, all of our patients are protected by a special lead apron. However, experts recommend that radiation exposure of pregnant patients be avoided especially in the first trimester.
Yes, cutting-edge equipments allow us to perform X-ray investigations for people with disabilities. Unident Clinic provides easy access for people with disabilities.
Regular examination by a dentist is recommended even from an early age to monitor the normal development of teeth and radiological investigations should be done only at the dentist’s instructions.
There can be many types of X-ray investigations. 2D (intraoral and extraoral) shows only the location of your teeth and the alveolar bone height but does not provide information on alveolar bone thickness or shape. Dental tomography brings valuable information because it provides three-dimensional images: axial, sagittal and panoramic dental arch. These complex images allow dentists to visualize, to measure and to accurately plan future treatment plan, excluding potential risks.
X-ray investigation can offer the dentist a clear picture of the clinical situation: presence or absence of teeth, included teeth, interdental caries that cannot be seen by eye, periodontal disease and the development of mixed dentition in children. With the help of 3D digital dental scans the dentist locates the exact anatomical structures, shape and size of the dental arches formations, detects abnormal anatomy or inserts implants with maximum precision through guided surgical techniques. The treatment length is reduced and complications during interventions eliminated.