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Digital Full Mouth Panoramic X-Ray

Digital Full Mouth Panoramic X-Ray


An Orthopantomogram (OPG), Also Known as an “orthopantomogram” or “panorex”, is a Panoramic Scanning Dental X-ray of the Upper and Lower Jaw. It Shows a Two-dimensional View of a Half-circle From Ear to Ear.

Diagnostic uses

OPG's Are Used by Dentists to Provide Information on :
  • Impacted Wisdom Teeth
  • Periodontal Bone Loss
  • Finding the Source of Dental Pain
  • Assessment for the Placement of Dental Implants
  • Orthodontic Assessment


  • Broad Anatomic Region is Imaged.
  • Low Radiation Dose.
  • Convenient, Easy and Fast. The Entire Procedure Takes 14 Seconds Exposure Time.
  • Procedure Can Be Performed on Patients Who Cannot Open Their Mouth.
  • Easy for Edentulous Patients, Patients Who Do Not Tolerate Intraoral Procedure Well, Patients With Multiple Tooth / Oral Pathology.
  • No Overlapping of Facial Bones

Evaluation of Trauma, Third Molar, Extensive Pathology.

  • Evaluation of Tooth Development Especially Mixed Dentition Analysis.
  • Evaluation of Development Anomalies Like Cleft Palate.
  • Minimal Fluid Inmaxillary Sinus Can Be Caught in His X-ray.
  • Temporomandibular Joint Pathology, Dislocation or Fractures Can Be Clearly Visualized Without Overlap.
  • Styloid Process Visualization is Very Easily Achieved.
  • Multiple Dental/oral Problems Caused by Tobacco/pan Masala Chewing in Elders & Chocolates in Children Are Caught by a Single X-ray.
  • Gross Localization of Nasal Cavity/ethmoidal Sinus/maxillary Sinus Tumors & Other Pathology Can Be Done at a Very Low Price Compared to the CT/MRI

OPG is Very Useful for Following Faculties :

  • Dental
  • Maxillo Facial Surgery
  • Plastic Surgery
  • Cancer Surgery
  • Orthopaedic Surgery
  • ENT Surgery