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An Orthopantomogram x-ray (OPG x-ray) is a wide-view, panoramic x-ray of the upper and lower jaws, including the teeth. During an OPG x-ray the scanner will rotate around the patient’s head while they remain in a still, standing or sitting position.   

An OPG can be used to look for:

    • Fractures
    • Infection
    • Dislocated Jaw
    • Dentition 

OPG X-rays and surgical planning

A digital OPG x-ray is used in the planning of orthodontic treatment, as it provides a full overview of the teeth, and highlights non-erupted and/or impacted teeth.

An OPG x-ray can help assess a patient’s wisdom teeth and reveal whether a patient has potential Temporomandibular (TMJ) joint problems. The scan can also be particularly useful to check the development of a child’s jaw and teeth. 

CBCT Scanning

The very best in diagnostic technologies 


To diagnose developmental concerns.

CEPH Tracing

Analyse cephalometric radiographs accurately.

OPG X-ray

Panoramic X-ray of the upper and lower jaw.

Radiology Reports

Comprehensive reporting service.