Digital radiography is a fast and ultra-modern process of producing high resolution diagnostic images for your treatment, with much less radiation exposure compared to conventional x-rays.
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Unlike film, digital X-ray images can be enhanced to assist in making a precise diagnosis. Images can be magnified, sharpened, colorised, or displayed as a negative. The X-rays are stored in the patient’s digital file, and can be brought up and viewed instantly at a later date.
An OPG is a panoramic or wide view x-ray of the lower face, which displays all the upper and lower teeth in a single film.
Digital OPG can help in assessing any problems with the joint connecting the jawbone to the head, the temporomandibular joint.
Modern OPG can reveal not only the health of your teeth, but as well of the jawbone and the joint which connects it to the head.
OPG for Orthodontics
The planning of orthodontic treatment is modernised with the help of digital OPG – which may result in faster and better results.
One of the advantages of Invisalign is that it simplifies hygiene, as you take off the aligners to brush and floss your teeth like you normally do. On the other hand, braces create places where bacteria can hide and make it harder to clean your teeth.
With Invisalign you take the aligners out to eat so there are no diet restrictions – you can eat hard, crunchy food and even chew gum. With braces you have to limit hard and sticky foods because they can knock off your braces.
Philips Zoom uses light activated technology for better results. Clinically proven to whiten teeth up to 6 shades in one hour, the blue light LED technology is 40% more effective than non-light activated systems.
Philips Zoom is only available at a dentist’s office to ensure optimum safety and comes in different treatment types and strengths to fit your lifestyle and sensitivity.