Digital x-rays –

Also known as digital radiography – are the latest in dental x-ray technology.

Digital x-rays use a digital image capture device instead of x-ray film.

This technique saves time as there is no need to develop film images, and produces images that have a better resolution than standard dental x-ray machines.

Digital x-rays emit low levels of radiation as images are produced electronically.

Digital X-rays can be used to detect abscesses, malignant or benign masses, bone loss, and cavities not yet visible to the naked eye.

These x-rays are safe and effective for both adults and children; however, it is wise to speak with your dental professional if you are pregnant or nursing before proceeding with digital x-rays.


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