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Diyarbakir Dentist Examination

You can have a dental examination with our specialist physicians at White Dental Clinic Diyarbakır and find ideal and correct solutions!

Oral Diagnosis; It is the diagnosis process made after examining the x-rays of the patient's mouth and performing a detailed intraoral examination. Radiology is; Dental radiographs, that is, dental films, are the most helpful in diagnosing oral diseases, especially those related to hard tissue such as teeth and jawbone.

For successful treatments in dentistry, first of all, a complete examination must be performed.
It is necessary to evaluate patient complaints very well and to plan the treatment correctly. Missing one or two of these steps will cause the treatment to fail. Making the correct diagnosis and planning the correct treatment requires sufficient knowledge and experience. In our clinic, physicians who are experts in their field with many years of experience personally examine their patients and make the most accurate and necessary treatment plan with a common decision.
Our patients who pass through these stages are then referred to the relevant clinics.

What is required for a correct dental examination?


In the first stage of the examination, our patients are asked whether they have any problems with their general health or a disease that requires them to be under the supervision of a doctor. Questioning this general health-related story in detail is very important for the dentist to take the necessary precautions against complications that may arise during the dental treatments of our patients. The applications to be performed and the selection of drugs to be used during the treatments are arranged in line with the information obtained during the examination in accordance with the health of our patients.
In the second stage of the examination, necessary radiographs are requested from our patients. After the radiological examination is completed by our oral diagnosis physician, the best treatment plan suitable for the patient is determined. Different alternatives regarding this treatment plan that can be prepared for our patients are explained in detail with their advantages and disadvantages.
Treatments started without a good examination and treatment plan may not only fail but may not last long and may cause health, time and financial loss to the patient.

Digital panoramic jaw x-rays are x-rays that allow the jaws, all teeth, and many disorders in the jaw and teeth to be seen in a single film. State-of-the-art digital x-ray devices are routinely used at White Dental Clinic, and sharing can be done digitally if our patients request it.


  • Low Radiation

  • Short Processing Time

  • Storage of Data

  • Ability to Share Existing Data with Patients

What is a digital dental x-ray?


Why is a panoramic dental x-ray necessary?

Because a panoramic x-ray shows the entire mouth in a single image, it gives all the detail needed to show tooth decay. In this way, it helps diagnose problems such as bone anomalies and fractures, cysts, impacted teeth, infections and tumors. A dentist who suspects any of these problems may choose to take a panoramic dental x-ray. The dentist may also use this imaging method when planning treatments such as braces (braces), implants, and dentures (dentures) or before recommending products used to treat teeth worn from overly aggressive brushing.


How to take a panoramic dental x-ray?

The chin is placed on the head position of the panoramic x-ray device in our dental clinic, and two thin apparatus surround the head. After the necessary adjustments are made, this device, which rotates around the patient's head, sends the images it takes to the computer. In this way, the required images are taken.

Is a panoramic dental x-ray necessary?

Just as oral and dental diseases are diagnosed early, treatment planning is made and treated, panoramic x-rays will be useful in dentistry in diagnosing the disease early and taking precautions. If a cyst or tumor is suspected, imaging will need to be performed. In addition, panoramic x-rays must be taken before surgical procedures. In fact, if panoramic x-rays are not sufficient for surgical procedures, dental tomography can also be applied.

What is the radiation rate of panoramic dental x-ray?

The ionizing radiation dose of a small dental film called periapical radiography is approximately; 0.001 mSv and panoramic radiography is 0.003 mSv. This is known as background radiation that we encounter in our daily lives; Compared to the radiation originating from radon gas, industrial wastes, space and the earth, it is approximately equivalent to the daily amount of natural radiation of 7 hours for periapical radiographs and 2 days for panoramic radiographs. In other words, during a 5-hour flight, the amount of radiation received is almost equivalent to the radiation dose received from a panoramic radiography.

You can contact White Dental Clinic for a private dental clinic examination and detailed information in Diyarbakır.

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