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Digital X Rays


Digital X Rays

Dental X-rays help dentists visualize the teeth and surrounding tissue diseases that cannot be seen with a simple oral exam. They also assist the dentist in finding and treating dental difficulties early on, which can assist save you money, additional trouble, and maybe still your life.

Dental X-rays are also recognized as dental radiographs. Appropriation of images that reveal the internal structure of teeth and jawbones is required to diagnose oral health conditions. Opting for conventional treatment procedures extensively depends on the efficiency of these images.

A dental X-ray first admits any dental treatment procedure. In addition, doctors recommend this procedure yearly to track your dental health condition, still when you are not grieving from any oral issues.

X-rays involve radiations; however, these have very low intensity and can be carried out for both children and adults. Digital dental x rays produce negligible radiation risks. However, pregnant ladies require bypassing X-ray methods as they may be degrading for the developing fetus.


What Problems Can Dental X-Rays Detect?


In adults, dental X-rays can be used to:

  • Show sections of decay that may not be visible with an oral exam, especially small patches of decay between teeth
  • Identify decay happening beneath an actual filling
  • Reveal bone loss that follows gum disease
  • Reveal differences in the bone or the root canal following infection
  • Support in the formation of tooth implants, braces, dentures, or other dental methods
  • Reveal an abscess (an infection at the root of a tooth or between the gum and a tooth)

In children, dental X-rays are used to:

  • Watch for decay
  • Decide if there is sufficient space in the mouth to fit all incoming teeth
  • Decide if initial teeth are being spent swiftly rather than concede lasting teeth to come incorrectly
  • Check for the growth of wisdom teeth and recognize if the teeth are impacted (powerless to appear through the gums)
  • Reveal additional developmental abnormalities, such as cysts and some types of tumors.   


Types of Dental X-Rays

There are two principal kinds of dental X-rays: intraoral (indicating the X-ray film is inside the mouth) and extraoral (indicating the X-ray film is outside the mouth).

We have a digital x-ray facility in every operatory. It shows the quality of the bone, teeth, and lesions. The best part of this x-ray is that it is very comfortable to shoot immediate and multiplex-rays during root canal treatment, implant insertion, and prosthetic procedures to perform imaging-oriented procedures more accurately.

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