radnim danom: 8-20h

subotom: 9-13h

1) Intraoral radiography is showing images of individual teeth in natural size. Characteristic of intraoral radiographic method is intraoral position of X-ray film during the shooting.

The group radiographic methods include:

 The group radiographic methods include:

 -retro alveolar

 -retro coronary



  2) Ortopan the panoramic footage which show the upper and lower jaw with both jaw joints and all teeth. It represents a fundamental radiological shot without  which no starting dental procedures



2a) Digital orthopan

CRANEX 3D x ray panoramic 


Digital orthopan is a modern variant of the classic panoramic radiographs. Its major advantage is the reduced dose of radiation, increased precision and the immediate view video on the computer monitor. All images are stored in a database and can be issued: 

In diagnostical terms, this is the most important footage for timely detection of diseases of the teeth and surrounding structures.

In addition to clasical digital ortophan, we offer the ability to record child panoramic radiographs with reduced dose of radiation, which is adapted for children.

- On digital media (CD-ROM)

- Radiological film (foil)

- Or sent via e-mail


3) Teleradiografic projections




They are used to measure different parts of the head as well as to detect variations in the position and shape of the cranial and facial structures. This technique is used in orthodontics as an aid in the assessment of growth and development. 


4) TM wrist - the recording of jaw joints with closed and open mouth which can accurately point to any dysfunction.


5) The maxillary sinuses – the frontal recording of left and right maxillary sinuses with clearly visible orbit, nasal septum...



6) 3D Recording