Digital Dental X-rays
The Innovative Technology of Digital X-Rays
In modern dentistry, the use of technology in formulating dental solution plans is crucial, and the technology of digital x-rays is probably utilized more than any other. Since most dentists desire to give their patients smiles that are nothing short of amazing, staying abreast of the latest dental techniques and technology is of the utmost importance.
Digital dental x-rays are very environmentally friendly, requiring no chemicals to be used, no lead film or paper, and they expose patients to much less radiation than traditional x-rays. These high-definition digital x-rays will enable your dentist to see minute details deep inside your teeth and jaw bones with much more clarity:
Normally invisible to the naked eye, these minute details can now be seen with the help of this advanced technology, and it enables dentists to detect small problems before they become big ones.
- Normally invisible to the naked eye, these minute details can now be seen with the help of this advanced technology, and it enables dentists to detect small problems before they become big ones.
- Perhaps the most interesting attribute of this new, digital x-ray technology is that dental patients can now view the images inside their mouth on a computer screen, at the same time their dentist does.
Panoramic Dental X-Rays
When it becomes necessary for a dentist to evaluate various combinations of dental elements, they are able to do it with these panoramic x-rays, combined with 3-D scans. This technology combo enables dentists to view and examine all the surrounding structures of the inside of your mouth.
A broad view of the TMJ (temporomandibular jaw joint), nasal area, sinuses and entire jaw can be seen with this special x-ray technology. The crucial assistance that dental professionals need in detecting cysts, tumors, bone abnormalities and impacted teeth is available with these digital panoramic dental x-rays.
This special technology combo can also be a crucial tool in the design and planning of dental implants. You should definitely schedule an appointment with your dentist as soon as possible, if you are interested in experiencing this new technology for yourself.