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EKO offers a wide range of specialized diagnostic and imaging services. The various departments and facilities available are given below. To learn more about any of the departments click on View Details.

Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology

The use of X-rays is an integral part of clinical dentistry and may often referred to as the dentist’s principle diagnostic aid. EKO X-ray and Imaging Institute presents the department of Oral and Maxillofacial radiology which is dealing with latest generation of equipment and imaging techniques in order to provide sectional and cross-sectional images with ultimate precision and accuracy and trained professional for interpretation of the radiographs.

Intra-Oral Radiography: Intra Oral periapical radiography (IOPAR) otherwise known as dental X-rays are commonly used radiograph by dental practitioners. Dental radiographs are designed to show individual teeth and the tissues around the apices & each image usually shows two to four teeth and provides detailed information about the teeth and the surrounding alveolar bone.

Occlusal radiography: Occlusal radiography is defined as those intraoral radiographic techniques taken using a dental X-ray set where the image receptor (film packet or digital phosphor plate - 5.7 × 7.6 cm) is placed in the occlusal plane. It is an essential diagnostic aid in order to Periapical assessment of the upper anterior teeth, Detecting the presence of unerupted canines, supernumeraries and odontomes, Evaluation of the size and extent of lesions such as cysts or tumours, Assessment of fractures of the anterior teeth and alveolar bone.

Sialography: Sialography (also termed radiosialography or sialogram) is the technique of radiographic demonstration of the major salivary glands by introducing a radiopaque contrast medium into ductal system. It is also very effective for the diagnosis of obstruction whether caused by stones or strictures. It is widely used and is probably still the most common specialized salivary gland investigation.

Orthopantomography: ROTOGRAPH PLUS & KODAC Digital OPG are reference units in the field of Panoramic Dental Radiography with digital images of temporomandibular joints with open and closed mouth on a single film and Digital Cephalometry with superior quality of images. The equipment is basically controlled by a soft touch console and has an alfanumeric display with all functions which is fully microprocessor controlled for outstanding results.

MDCT - Dental Imaging (DENTASCAN): The DentaScan is a software package used to create a cross referenced set of composite axial, Panorex, and Oblique planar images of the mandible and maxilla from computed tomography x-ray scans of the jaw and mouth area. It is intended for use in pre-surgical evaluation for dental implants, and for diagnosis of diseases of the mandible and maxilla.

Curve used to generate Panorex and Oblique views is drawn on selected axial views which can remain cross-referenced on the screen making interpretation easer for the radiologist & dental surgeons.
Supports gantry-tilt for greater flexibility in difficult cases and thereby reduces scanning time and radiation dosage.
Oblique and Panorex views feature mm-scale for direct measurement from film.
Automatically annotates studies to assist in film interpretation.
Images are taken in 0.625mm sclice thickness in order to provide Ultimate precision of imaging the maxillofacial structures.
Bone density measurement in terms of Houndsfield unit: (D1, D2, D3, D4, D5)
Interactive software provided with each cases for implant planning modifications.