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Digital Dental X-Rays: What Can They Reveal?


Posted on 5/23/2022 by Moyer Office
Digital Dental X-Rays: What Can They Reveal?Digital dental X-rays are a type of imaging that dentists use to examine the teeth and surrounding structures. They are frequently used in dental offices because they emit less radiation than traditional X-rays. This procedure also produces clearer images that can be magnified and viewed on a computer screen. Digital dental imaging can help dentists detect several different problems, including:

Cavities


Cavities are one of the most common problems that dental X-rays can reveal. Cavities are tiny holes in your teeth caused by tooth decay. If left untreated, cavities can cause pain and eventually tooth loss. Unlike traditional X-rays, digital X-rays use much less radiation and produce clear, high-resolution images. This allows your dentist to identify small cavities that might be missed more easily. 

Tooth Decay


Tooth decay is the process by which cavities form. It occurs when plaque and tartar build up on your teeth and break down the enamel. Tooth decay can be difficult to detect in its early stages, but it can eventually lead to pain, tooth loss, and infection. Digital dental X-rays can help your dentist identify tooth decay in its early stages before it becomes a more serious problem. The procedure is quick, painless, and can save you a lot of discomfort in the future.

Impacted Teeth


Impacted teeth are teeth that have not erupted through the gum line. They can be caused by various factors, including crowding, improper dental hygiene, and genetics. Impacted teeth can eventually lead to pain, infection, and damage to surrounding teeth. Digital X-rays can help your dentist identify impacted teeth to be treated before they cause more severe problems.

Digital X-rays are frequently used in dental practices today. They offer many advantages over traditional imaging techniques, including improved image quality, lower radiation exposure, and the ability to be stored and shared electronically. Contact us today to learn more.


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