Digital X-rays

Digital X-rays are a form of imaging where sensors are placed in your mouth to capture an image.  Within seconds, the images appear on a screen and can be enlarged to show patients exactly what the images show. Dental radiographs are a necessary part of optimal dental care, as they allow practitioners to be able to see and interpret signs of disease or potential problems that are not visible by direct clinical examinations. 

A main advantage to this type of imaging is that it can use upto 70% less radiation exposure for our patients and a much faster processing result compared with traditional x-ray films.