We offer a comprehensive range of dental x-ray services, producing detailed images of the teeth, as well as the jaw, sinuses and face, using advanced x-ray technology. We also provide 3D evaluations to help guide orthodontic treatment.

Dental Orthopantomogram

An Orthopantomogram (OPG) is a panoramic dental x-ray that looks at the lower face, teeth, jaw and sinuses. This x-ray can reveal the number of teeth as well as their position and growth. It is a dental x-ray that is particularly useful to assess teeth that have not yet surfaced and to identify any potential problems with the jawbone and the temporomandibular joint (TMJ). An OPG aids in orthodontic treatment planning by evaluating wisdom teeth and providing a comprehensive overview of the teeth and the supporting bone structure.

Lateral Cephalogram

A Lateral Cephalogram (Lat Ceph) is an x-ray of the side of the face that creates accurate measurements to determine the current and future relationship of the top and bottom jaw (maxilla and mandible). A Lat Ceph will help accurately assess the nature of your bite.

Dental Cone Beam CT

Cone Beam CT (CBCT) is a series of images used to create a multiplanar image of the jaw, teeth and facial joints. This dental imaging scan provides a multiplanar evaluation of dental anatomy and disease. A CBCT may be used for impacted teeth, pre-implant assessment, orthodontic assessment, and assessment for jaw and face surgery.

Radiographer assisting young patient having a cone beam CT (teeth x-ray).


Our dental imaging services are available at our Box Hill, Drouin and Wagga Wagga clinics. To book a dental x-ray or Cone Beam CT (CBCT) appointment, click the button below or call one of our clinics today.

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What you need to know

You will be asked to remove any jewellery, hair ties or metal objects in the region of the head and face. There is no specific preparation required for dental x-ray scans.

What we need to know

Please advise us if you are pregnant or think you might be pregnant, or if you are breastfeeding.