Oral Diagnosis and Radiology
Oral diagnosis is the branch of dentistry that diagnoses the symptoms of oral diseases or systemic disorders in the body in the mouth and makes treatment planning.
In order for the treatment to be successful, the problem must be diagnosed correctly and appropriate treatment planning must be made. In addition to the use of technological facilities for correct diagnosis and planning, the experience of a specialist physician is also needed.
In oral diagnosis, general health status, panoramic periapical x-rays and intraoral examination data are evaluated for diagnosis, treatment planning is made by specialised dentists in the field and the patient is informed. Since its establishment,
, Private Inci Oral and Dental Health Centre, which considers patient satisfaction as the first priority, provides oral and dental examination and x-ray services free of charge, helps our patients in diagnosis and treatment planning and does this with a sense of social responsibility.
Oral diagnosis is a clinic that diagnoses diseases of the mouth, teeth and mucosa using auxiliary examination methods and determines the most appropriate treatment plan for the healing of these tissues.
Oral diagnosis is of great importance for a healthy and long-lasting treatment. Correct diagnosis brings the right treatment.
Oral diagnosis is mandatory to determine the necessary treatment for the patient.
Radiography, i.e. X-ray device used in dentistry, produces synthetic radiation. It is equivalent to sitting in front of a computer for 4 hours.
Pregnant patients and patients with suspected pregnancy, patients undergoing radiotherapy and patients with a heart stent are not suitable for X-rays.