For a modern dental treatment it is necessary to have adequate diagnostic equipment.
Such equipments are digital radiography and the X-ray analyzer system. One advantage of this as opposed to the traditional radiography is that there is 90% less radiation so it means no problem in case of more X-ray photographs or in the case of pregnant women. On the other hand due to the 50-100 times longer diameter of the photograph we can see even the most minuscule details and so we can establish a more exact diagnosis. By analyzing the images on the computer we can create a more exact treatment plan and it is also possible to model the treatment and to check it later.
The dental camera also plays an important role. It can both take photos of the results of the treatment – which can be very useful at later controls – and it can show those changes in the mouth that are very hard to notice using traditional methods. Besides this, the patient can get more information about the treatment - thanks to the photos taken of the area that has to be treated - and can follow its steps by looking at the screen next to him/her.