Amara Dental©: Digital Dental X Rays

State-of-the-art digital dental x-rays make your experience even safer and more beneficial.

Digital x-ray technology uses a small electronic sensor placed in the mouth to capture an image, which can be called up instantly on a computer screen. This technology cuts the amount of radiation exposure to the dental patient by as much as 90%.

In addition to minimizing radiation exposure, digital x-rays offer numerous advantages:

  • Since there is no film to process, there is no waiting for pictures to develop — and no toxic chemicals to dispose.
  • Digital x-rays are sharper and can be enhanced in a number of ways. The contrast can be adjusted and areas of concern can be magnified.
  • With easy sharing and storage, digital x-rays can be emailed to different locations and are far less likely to be misplaced.

X-rays are a type of radiation used to penetrate the tissues of the body to create an image. In doing so, there is always a slight possibility of causing changes at the cellular level that might lead to future disease. That’s why dentists only use them when the benefit of obtaining better diagnostic information outweighs the small risk.

Amara Dental©: Digital Dental X Rays

State-of-the-art digital dental x-rays make your experience even safer and more beneficial.

Digital x-ray technology uses a small electronic sensor placed in the mouth to capture an image, which can be called up instantly on a computer screen. This technology cuts the amount of radiation exposure to the dental patient by as much as 90%.

In addition to minimizing radiation exposure, digital x-rays offer numerous advantages:

  • Since there is no film to process, there is no waiting for pictures to develop — and no toxic chemicals to dispose.
  • Digital x-rays are sharper and can be enhanced in a number of ways. The contrast can be adjusted and areas of concern can be magnified.
  • With easy sharing and storage, digital x-rays can be emailed to different locations and are far less likely to be misplaced.

X-rays are a type of radiation used to penetrate the tissues of the body to create an image. In doing so, there is always a slight possibility of causing changes at the cellular level that might lead to future disease. That’s why dentists only use them when the benefit of obtaining better diagnostic information outweighs the small risk.

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