A new option for X-rays
Until recently, our only option when taking x-rays was to place a film packet in your mouth and, using a traditional
dental x-ray machine, expose the film packet, then wait up to 10 minutes for it to develop. With digital radiography,
the process is computerized.
How does it work?
We place a sensor next to your tooth and within seconds your x-ray is displayed in sharp, vivid detail on a computer
screen. Because of this short exposure time, the amount of radiation is reduced by as much as 90 percent.
An efficient, computerized process
Once the x-ray image is on our computer screen, we can enhance it to make a more precise diagnosis. We can save
images on our computer for instant retrieval, and once they're digitized, we can easily send them to insurance companies
or specialists, as needed.
Contact us for more information about digital x-rays.
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