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DIGITAL X-RAYS

Digital X-rays is the latest technology used in dentistry today. At Ocean Breeze Prosthodontics Dr. Goetz makes use of this modern type of radiography when needed.
Digital X-rays are more effective since they use digital sensors instead of photographic film, as in the case of traditional radiography. The captured image turns into digital data and is available for viewing within seconds.

Dental X-rays are preventative and diagnostic tools that provide valuable information not visible during a regular dental examination. Dentists and dental hygienists use this information to reliably and accurately detect hidden dental abnormalities and determine an accurate treatment plan. Without X-rays, hidden problems may be missed.

Dental X-rays can reveal:

– Abscesses or cysts.

– Bone loss.

– Cancerous and non-cancerous tumors.

– Decay between the teeth.

– Developmental abnormalities.

– Poor tooth and root positions.

– Problems inside a tooth or under the gum.

Why Should You Get Digital X-Rays

Benefits of Digital X-Rays

Real-time Adjustments:

The ability to produce images immediately means that the dentist can adjust the exposure in real time, making the images lighter or darker as needed to see certain aspects of the scan more clearly.

Efficiency

In addition to being more efficient in terms of radiation used, digital X-rays save a lot of time and labor that would otherwise be spent creating, sending and retrieving traditional X-ray results. Digital results are available quickly and easily at the click of a mouse.

Speed

Results are available for immediate consultation.

Clarity

Digital x-rays can produce very high quality images, which helps the dentist to observe the scanned body part very accurately.

Patient's Safety

In digital radiography equipment, patients are exposed to a much lower percentage of radiation than with conventional equipment. This is due to the fact that the high precision and sharpness of current equipment does not require such rigorous examinations or more than one exposure to obtain an adequate image to make a diagnosis.

No Need to Develop the X-Rays

Since the digital image is captured electronically, thus eliminating the disposal of harmful waste and chemicals in the environment.

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Digital X-Rays: Procedure & Diagnosis

DIGITAL X-RAYS PROCEDURE

·Procedures for digital radiology are very similar to those of a traditional X-ray, but it is a very different technology.

·Radiation still passes through the body, but the difference is that digital sensors are used to capture the image, instead of photographic film.

·This technique uses an electronic sensor (instead of x-ray film) that captures and stores the digital image in a computer.

Digital X-rays Procedure

·This image can be immediately viewed and enlarged helping the dentist and dental hygienist detect problems more easily.

·Digital X-rays reduce radiation 80-90% compared to the already low exposure of traditional dental X-rays.

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How Do X-Rays Work?

In digital radiology, digital sensors are used to capture the image. Once it is sent to the computer, the image can be worked on to make adjustments.

How Do I Know If I Need Dental X-Rays?

The need for dental x-rays depends on each patient's individual dental health needs. Your dentist and dental hygienist will recommend the necessary x-rays based upon review of your dental history, a dental examination, samples and symptoms, your age, and risk of disease.

How Much are Dental X-Rays?

The price for Diital X-rays may vary according to what is going on in your mouth and what needs to be examined. If you only need Digital X-Rays for a sinle tooth prices may range between $40 -$ 50. If you need a whole set of Digital X-rays for a full mouth examination, it may cost around $150.

Are Dental X-Rays Safe?

Digital x-rays produce significantly lower levels of radiation compared to traditional dental x-rays. Not only are digital x-rays better for patient health and safety, they are faster and more comfortable to take, which reduces your time in the dental office. Although digital radiographs produce a low level of radiation and are considered very safe, dentists still take necessary precautions to limit the patient's exposure to radiation. These precautions include only taking those x-rays that are necessary, and wearing lead apron shields to protect the body.

Where Can I Have X-Rays Taken Near Me?

At Ocean Breeze Prosthodontics, digital technology is part of our daily work. You will be able to have x-rays taken here if the specialist advices to do it. Feel free to contact us and get more information.

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