A tooth X-ray is usually used for imaging single or adjacent teeth.
Tooth X-ray or bitewing can be used to gain more detailed information on the roots of a tooth or adjacent teeth. These small-scale X-ray images can also be used, for example, to diagnose cavities between the teeth.
The treatment starts with assessing the necessity of X-ray imaging. In accordance with good imaging practice, the dentist or other physician treating the patient decides whether a dental X-ray is needed and sets the imaging time in connection with clinical examination. In other words, a dental X-ray always requires a referral from a dentist or a physician.
A tooth X-ray is taken at the dentist’s, sitting comfortably in the treatment chair, with a small X-ray device that is inserted into the mouth.
When a dentist has given you a valid referral to tooth X-ray.
The appointment can only be made with a valid referral to X-ray. Make the appointment through our centralised appointment service at +358 (0)10 400 3400 or directly at the clinic.