Digital X-ray

Bitewing Digital X-Ray Procedure

Bitewing x-rays are the most common x-rays taken in dentistry. We use them to find cavities between the teeth, tartar on the roots, worn-out fillings, and the receding bone levels of periodontal disease. Digital x-ray sensors are quite sensitive, so the amount of radiation exposure is very low.

 

Full Series Digital X-Ray Procedure

A full-mouth series of x-rays is one of the first steps in a thorough dental examination. We use them to find cavities between the teeth, worn-out fillings and crowns, tartar on the roots, receding bone levels, and abscesses. Dental x-rays use high-speed film, so the amount of radiation exposure is very low.

 

Panoramic Digital X-Ray Procedure

A panoramic X-ray is a single photo that captures an overall view of your teeth, jaws, and surrounding areas. Digital X-rays have advantages over film X-rays. Because there are no chemicals to process, you see your image faster. This computer image can be enhanced for a better diagnosis.

 

Technologies in Dentistry: Digital X-Ray

Digital x-rays have led to advancements in diagnosis with speed and depth. Instead of using film that needs to be developed, digital x-rays use a sensor that sends the photo immediately to a computer.

 

The Advantages of Digital X-rays

The computer era has brought us a dental technology called digital radiography. With this technology, we use computerized equipment and software to capture x-ray images of your mouth and teeth by exposing a small sensor or plate that feeds the image into a computer.

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