Digital Panographic X-Ray
Although your teeth may appear to be strong and healthy on the surface, dental x-rays can diagnose many diseases of the teeth, gums and surrounding tissues that otherwise cannot be seen with a visual examination.
Traditional dental x-rays use a significant amount of radiation, and harmful chemicals in the development process. This process is time-consuming and develops an image that can be too small for an effective diagnosis.
You can avoid these time-consuming procedures and limit exposure to radiation with the latest technology in digital x-rays.
Digital x-rays use specialized technology to capture images and send them directly to a computer. A software program can then enlarge and enhance the digital image, providing more detail for an accurate diagnosis.
In summary, digital x-rays are superior to traditional x-rays in the following ways: