Dental X-ray

Dental Xray

Our Digital Dental Xray is utilized to detect cavities, both large and small. It is also utilized to look at the apex, or the area around the tip of the root. Generally, we recommend that a patient receive whole mouth Dental Xray twice per year.

The digital dental xray image easily diagnoses issues around your tooth. The OPG Xray is recommended every 3-4 years, or when the need is shown. It is the technology that has been utilized since 2012. The Digital Dental Xray is central to the focus of technology saving teeth by early diagnosis. This state-of-the-art technology is saving our patients live longer, healthier lives.

Trustworthy Image

  • EzSensor Classic covers a wide range of exposure setting, capturing a consistent and diagnosable image. It is currently available best RVG Dental Xray system.
  • With our high sensitivity sensor, we can capture a diagnosable images. Patients can get advantage of the lower radiation.
  • Thanks to the high contrast, it could be possible to look inside different density (opacity) in detail. Moreover, you can distinguish interproximal carries from the image easily.

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Are Dental Xrays Safe?

While Dental X–rays do involve radiation, the exposed levels are so low that they’re considered safe for children and adults.

At LASER DENTAL, we are utilizing Digital X-rays instead of developing them on film. The radiation from Digital Xray exposure are even lower than Xrays need to develop on film.


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How Do We Xray Teeth?

How Dental X–Rays Work? When the teeth X–ray pass through the mouth, the teeth and bones absorb more of the radiation than the gums and soft tissues. So the teeth appear lighter on the final X–ray