Medical imaging refers to methods that we use to look inside the body for more information about a medical condition or to monitor the state of a disease. It is an important part of reaching an accurate diagnosis, when used in conjunction with patient history, physical exam, bloodwork, and other traditional and non-traditional diagnostic procedures. A variety of machines and techniques can be used to create images of the structures inside the body. In line with biological medical theory, we try to use methods that ensure little or no exposure to radiation for our patients. The technology used will depend on the symptoms and part of the body being examined. The main imaging methods we use are; digital dental X-ray, digital panoramic X-ray, ultrasound, and thermography. Imaging requiring larger pieces of equipment, such as CT, PET CT and MRI is performed outside of our facilities.