3D and 2D X-ray examinations

Extensive x-ray examinations with 3D stomatological x-rays are available in dentistry

3D and 2D X-ray examinations

The ability to obtain a precise image that facilitates examination and subsequent treatment in dentistry, plastic surgery and ENT practice. Thanks to modern equipment, 2D/3D X-ray provides accurate examination data. The latest technologies have made it possible to significantly reduce the spread of X-rays on the human body. This is a painless procedure with minimal contraindications. In dentistry, X-ray visualization expands diagnostic possibilities by allowing you to see the entire oral cavity, not just one tooth.

Why are 2D/3D examinations necessary?

– to perform examinations of the placement of the teeth and the surrounding bone areas;
– to teach inflammation foci in tissues, canals and tooth roots;
– to detect injuries and fractures;
to determine the condition of the bones before installing the implants;
– to assess quality, including after implant placement;
– before installing brace systems;
– before extraction of a complex tooth;
– to perform all examinations of the face and jaw area;
– to examine the accuracy of the respiratory tract;
– to perform specific examinations of the paranasal sinuses;
– to perform examinations of temporomandibular nerve branches and joints;
– to diagnose ear canals.

2D/3D X-ray procedure

During the visit, patients are mostly in a standing position. During the procedure, patients are advised not to move, keeping the resting position unchanged for at least 10-25 seconds.


During the procedure, the sensor of the X-ray device rotates around the patient's head. The sensor transmits the image to the computer, where it is processed using special software.


The presence of implants and seals in the oral cavity does not interfere with the examination, and a protective apron is used for greater patient protection.

Important notice

Panoramic X-ray examinations allow obtaining much more detailed information about the area to be treated, reducing the risk of treatment and additional costs arising from inaccurate diagnosis. Discover more and treat more effectively!