Among other state-of-the-art machines and instruments, our surgery is equipped with an apical & panorama radiograph – RTG.
A panoramic x-ray of the entire jaw is taken in a special machine. The image created displays the entire jaw, including the areas that cannot be seen in a complete set of x- rays, such as wisdom teeth, sinuses and the joints.
Digital x-ray diagnostic facilities are provided in a separate x-ray room and allow for the immediate viewing of the radiographs in every treatment room.
Beyond the state-of-the-art machinery, we offer our diagnostic excellence and experience. Following a patient referral for a functional diagnosis and case planning, a detailed diagnosis and report file are provided by our staff, which referring doctor may use as a basis for subsequent treatment.
Considering the patient’s general condition, thorough examination of the mouth, teeth, dental socket, bony frame, mucous membrane, masseter and stomatognathic system with an X-Ray and a Panoramic X-Ray is essential, for a corrective therapy can only be selected following the establishment of proper diagnosis.
Cancer screening, biopsy
Cancer can affect any part of the mouth, including the lips and tongue. If the cancer is not detected at an early stage, tumors can grow deep into local tissues and spread to lymph glands in the neck.
Regular dental check-ups, including an examination of the entire mouth, are essential in the early detection of cancerous and pre-cancerous conditions. You may have a very small, but dangerous, oral spot or sore and not be aware of it.
Your dentist will carefully examine all areas of your mouth. In about 10% of patients, the dentist may notice a flat, painless, white or red spot or a small sore. Most of these are harmless; however, harmful oral spots or sores often look identical to those that are harmless – testing can tell them apart. If you have a sore with a likely cause, your dentist may treat it and ask you to return for a check-up.
A thorough, systematic examination of the head and neck takes only a few minutes and can detect these cancers at an early and curable stage. Our goal is to discover oral, head and neck cancers early, before patients manifest a complaint of pain, a mass, bleeding, otalgia or dysphagia. Diagnostic errors are most often due to omission; therefore, the importance of a systematic approach to the oral, head and neck cancer examination cannot be overstated.
Many medical conditions, including all cases of cancer, must be diagnosed by a biopsy, when a sample of tissue is removed for examination by a pathologist. The tissue sample that has been lifted from the patient is sent to the anatomical pathologist who prepares a written report designed to help the primary doctor manage the patient’s condition appropriately.
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