Digital X-Rays are stored in a digital format. The digital files can be pulled up easily at the dentist's chair during your appointment, giving both you and your dentist a better idea of your oral health.
What are digital x-rays?
Digital x-rays look much like traditional x-rays, but they use a digital format to store data.
The x-ray files can the be pulled up easily on a screen at the chair during your dental appointment.
Why use digital x-rays?
Digital x-rays provide a highly accurate picture of your entire mouth. They allows us to enlarge specific areas, helping the dentist to better understand your oral health needs.
Digital x-rays allow us to detect problems earlier, which can prevent developing issues from progressing.
Are digital x-rays safe?
All x-rays produce some radiation, but the levels in digital x-rays are completely safe. We will take every precaution to ensure you feel at ease during your x-ray.
How often are x-rays necessary?
Frequency varies depending on patients' needs, but we'll let you know if you need an x-ray during your next appointment. We will use the results of your x-rays to determine your customized treatment plans going forward, and make sure that it's on track.
If you have any other questions or concerns about dental x-rays, please don't hesitate to get in touch!
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