X-rays, also known as radiography, are an important part of any dental care treatment plan. We offer OPG - Orthopantomogram and Lat Ceph (Lateral Cephalometric Radiography). X-ray is a type of energy that passes through soft tissues and is absorbed by dense tissue. Teeth and bone are very dense, so they absorb X rays while X-rays pass through the gums and cheeks more easily.
OPG or Lat Ceph
During the initial consultation, the dentist will perform various dental examinations to formulate treatment plans that fit the patient's needs.
The dentist will select the best X-Ray options for the type of treatment.
It can take from six weeks to six months for the implants to fuse with the patient's bone. Temporary dentures or bridge works can be worn appropriately during this integration period. In some cases, temporary teeth can be fixed while the integration process, and called as 'instant loading' on implants.
After the completion of the implant treatment, the patient should maintain regular and thorough oral hygiene. Regular visits to your dentist are essential to ensure optimum oral health outcomes.