Diagnostics start off by talking. The so called anamnesis does not require technical instruments but requires time, appropriate questions and our attention to you. After the first step, an examination follows in which at the beginning we only need precise observation and our hands. After that we will decide the procedure and the use of technical instruments.
The microscope’s magnification allows the tracing of small ruptures and hidden root canals. It can also help to detect caries at an early state,- since size matters, at least in diagnostics! All of our workplaces are equipped with microscopes by the company Zeiss.
The human eye is able to differentiate only a few shades. A X-Ray picture or a X-Ray sensor is able to record multiple of these shades. The computer allows us to intensify & magnify contrasts. By doing so, is it a problem that the digital recording hardly uses half of the X-rays and takes only five seconds instead of seven minutes to analyze the picture? We provided all of our dental workplaces with digital X-Ray technology from Kodak.
The X-Ray pictures are two-dimensional, but are body is composed of three dimensions. Especially because of the difficult structure of our jaw and teeth, three-dimensional pictures are sometimes the solution for your question. We offer technology from Sirona, a daughter company of Simens. Simens is the company with the most experience in the production of X-Ray machines.