X Rays (Panoramic, Digital, Dental)

Dental x- ray is an important part of dental routine for both adults and children. Not only do dental x-rays reveal potential problems with incoming teeth, they can also reveal potential problems caused by hidden plaque. In addition to detecting common problems with teeth, dental x-rays can help detect gum disease. 

The dosage of X-ray radiation received by a our patient is typically small, equivalent to a few days' worth of background environmental radiation exposure, or similar to the dose received during a cross-country airplane flight.

Dental X-rays are an important tool for the dentist. The three most common types of dental X-rays are: periapical (1) and pantomogram (most commune) (2) and bitewing (3)

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