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Medical Imaging Center MLADOST

Treatment begins with a diagnosis

Medical Imaging Center MLADOST

CT

Medical Imaging Center MLADOST

Digital
mammography

Medical Imaging Center MLADOST

X-ray photos

Medical Imaging Center MLADOST

3D dental examinations

Medical Imaging Center MLADOST

Dental photos

Treatment begins with a diagnosis

Medical Imaging Center MLADOST

The center started working in 2004 and operates on the territory of the largest medical complex for pre-hospital care in Bulgaria – Mladost. Medical Imaging Center MLADOST works with referrals from the Health Insurance Fund and paid examinations.

Services

Dental examinations

3D scanning, Panoramic photos, Teleradiography, Dental photos

health-care
health-care

With the latest equipment

3D dental scanner and dental X-ray of MyRay

Computed tomography (scanner)

CT scan of the head, lungs, abdominal organs, bones, joints, tartar stones, gout, rheumatoid arthritis.

Radiographs

All types of X-rays and scopic X-rays

woman
woman

Digital mammography

Latest generation digital mammograph, the only one in Varna

Compassion
Compassion

Modern and accurate equipment

Digital mammograph Mammomat Fusion, manufactured by Siemens

Computed tomography (scanner)

CT scan of the head, lungs, abdominal organs, bones, joints, tartar stones, gout, rheumatoid arthritis.

tooth
tooth

Dental examinations

3D scanning, Panoramic photos, Teleradiography, Dental photos

Radiographs

All types of X-rays and scopic X-rays

woman
woman

Digital mammography

Latest generation digital mammograph, the only one in Varna

Frequently Asked Questions

No, no prior preparation is required. The necessary actions are performed on site, according to the clear instructions of our specialists, namely:
• Take the right position to depict the examined organ better
• Remove jewelry, glasses and any metal objects if they fall within the study area, as they may appear on the X-ray

Radiography is absolutely painless for patients.

Radiation exposure to X-rays is low, and the benefits of this study far outweigh the risks.

Some studies require the use of a contrast agent to better depict relevant body structures. The technology is used in the study of the digestive system – stomach, intestines, excretory – bladder, renal pelvis, urethra, etc. The contrast material can be taken orally in the form of porridge or inserted through a catheter.

In rare cases, the use of contrast can cause side effects: a feeling of warmth or redness, metallic taste, dizziness, nausea, rash and more. Drinking more fluids after the test helps the contrast to radiate more easily and quickly from the body.

If you are pregnant or suspect that you may be pregnant, tell your doctor before having the test. Although the risk of most diagnostic X-rays for the unborn baby is small, your doctor may suggest another method of examination, such as an ultrasound.

Before performing a mammogram, you should tell your doctor about:
• all previous surgical interventions;
• treatment with hormonal preparations;
• family or personal history of breast cancer;

Always tell your radiologist if you are pregnant or breast-feeding.
Always tell your radiologist if you are pregnant or breast-feeding.
It is not advisable to perform the test a week before menstruation, because usually the breasts at this time are tense and more sensitive.
The best time to have a mammogram is the week after your period.
Do not apply deodorant, powder or lotion to the breast area on the day of the test, as these products may affect the image quality.

Compression (squeezing) of the breast between the surfaces of the device during mammography could cause mild pain, but this lasts only a few seconds.

It is advisable not to eat for at least eight hours before the test. When the stomach is empty and the intestines and gallbladder are calm, the organs are visualized more clearly. When examining organs in the pelvis, it is recommended that this be done with a full bladder, again for better visibility.

All X-ray examinations are available online in our electronic archive. Thus, each patient can quickly get a second opinion from a chosen specialist, even from another country.

Computed tomography results are obtained on CD, together with reading by a specialist. Depending on the workload, the results can be obtained up to one hour after the study.
Radiographs and radioscopies are ready within 5-10 minutes. They are available on CD or e-mail and, if desired by the patient, can also be obtained on a plaque.

Dental 3D examinations require specific additional processing. The results of the 3D examination are obtained on a CD, X-ray plate or by e-mail within one hour after it is done.

The results of mammography are obtained on CD, X-ray plate or by e-mail, with the reading of a specialist within 15-20 minutes.

In ultrasound, the result of the examination is described and received on paper immediately after the examination.

The health insurance fund takes a certain number of sectoral dental photos and one orthopantomography (panoramic photo) per patient within one calendar year. A referral for dental X-rays is issued by the attending dentist.

The dental 3D scanner is a computer tomograph (scanner) profiled for dental examinations. This is a new generation X-ray machine that can perform a number of three-dimensional imaging of teeth, jaws, temporomandibular joints and other structures in the skull.
The three-dimensional image has the greatest information value and allows to view details that remain invisible to standard two-dimensional examinations – sector dental images and orthopantomography (panoramic photos).

The method is widely used in dentistry:

• Implantology – for visualization, measurement of bone and determination of the exact position when placing implants
• Oral and maxillofacial surgery – to detect pathological processes in the jaws, abnormalities in the location and number of teeth, examination of the maxillary sinuses, planning orthognathic surgery
• Endodontics – for diagnosis of apical lesions, root fracture, resorption and evaluation of root canal treatment
• Orthodontics – for cephalometric analyzes, assessment of skeletal growth, disorders in the eruption of teeth, diagnosis of fissures in LCO
• Periodontology – diagnosis of dehiscence and fenestration, buccal and lingual bone defects, evaluation of results of regenerative periodontal therapy
• Diagnosis of temporomandibular joints

The test can be sent immediately by e-mail to both you and the referring doctor.

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