Dental X-Rays


Identify and diagnose dental problems

Our state-of-the-art dental practice offers a range of diagnostic services, including digital dental x-rays, to help identify and treat dental problems.


Reasons why dental x-rays are necessary

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Our team of dental professionals are trained and experienced in using dental x-rays to diagnose a wide range of dental problems, from cavities and gum disease to jaw disorders and oral cancer. With our advanced digital technology, we can capture high-quality images quickly and safely, and share them with you to help you understand your oral health and make informed decisions about your treatment options.


Types of Dental X-Rays

There are several types of dental x-rays that may be used depending on the specific dental issue being diagnosed or treated. Here are some of the most common types of dental x-rays:

  1. Bitewing X-rays: These x-rays capture images of the upper and lower back teeth and show the crowns of the teeth as well as the bone height in between teeth. They are used to detect cavities and evaluate bone density.

  2. Periapical X-rays: These x-rays capture images of the entire tooth, from the crown to the tip of the root. They are used to diagnose root canal infections, abscesses, and other dental problems that may affect the bone structure.

  3. Panoramic X-rays: These x-rays capture a wide-angle view of the entire mouth, including the teeth, jaw, and surrounding structures. They are used to evaluate wisdom teeth, jaw disorders, and overall dental health.

  4. Occlusal X-rays: These x-rays capture images of the roof or floor of the mouth and are used to detect extra teeth, impacted teeth, or growths.

Your dentist or orthodontist will determine which type of dental x-ray is necessary based on your specific dental needs and concerns.

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