Digital Radiology

Digital dental radiology is a technique that uses X-rays to obtain high-quality images of teeth and surrounding structures. It allows dentists to visualize teeth, gums, bone and jaw joints with exceptional accuracy.


Digital Radiology in our dental clinic

In our dental clinic in Geneva, we use several types of dental digital radiology, each with its own advantages and applications.

The Different Types of Digital Radiology

  •  Panoramic X-rays: These images show an overview of the mouth, including the upper and lower teeth, jaw bone,  and  maxillary sinuses. They are often used to assess the overall health of the mouth and to plan treatments such as Panoramic X-rays, orthodontic treatments, or wisdom teeth extraction.


  • Intraoral X-rays: These images are taken inside the mouth and show more detailed views of each individual tooth. They are often used to assess the health of teeth, visualize cavities, periodontium, and tooth roots.


  • Cone Beam: Computed tomography is a dental imaging technique used to obtain three-dimensional (3D) images  of bone, teeth and surrounding structures. This technique is often used in dentistry for dental implant planning, bone grafting or for planning complicated extractions.


  • Profile teleradiography: Is a diagnostic technique used in orthodontics to obtain a detailed picture of the position of teeth,  jaw bones and skull. It is used to assess growth and development of teeth and bone bases and thus planning orthodontic treatments such as the installation of dental appliances.


  • Panoramic X-rays

  • Orthodontics

  • Wisdom teeth

  • Intraoral

  • Tooth roots

  • Cone Beam

  • Bone grafting

  • Teleradiography

Our rates
Intraoral Radiography : ~ 20.-

Panoramic Radiography : ~ 188.-

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do I need a dental X-ray?

X-rays are used to diagnose problems that are not visible to the naked eye, such as cavities between teeth, infections, or issues with the roots or bone.

Can pregnant women have a dental X-ray?

It is best to avoid any X-rays during pregnancy unless absolutely necessary. Always inform your dentist if you are pregnant or think you might be.

Why does my child need an X-ray?

X-rays in children help monitor tooth growth, detect early cavities, and assess damage following trauma.

Are dental X-rays painful?

No, the process is painless. However, holding the film or sensor in the mouth can be slightly uncomfortable for some patients.

Can I refuse an X-ray?

Yes, it’s your right. However, it’s important to understand that refusing may limit the dentist’s ability to diagnose and treat certain issues.

do you have a question?
We are delighted to be able to answer any questions you may have. Please feel free to write to us or call us.

Take care of your dental health!

We are committed to combating healthcare avoidance, believing that in our current environment, every citizen should be able to maintain their health and enhance their appearance, especially their smile. Our rates are designed to be not only competitive but also, and most importantly, affordable. Nevertheless, they never compromise the quality of our service, which we strive to make impeccable.