A detailed examination of your teeth, supporting tissues and jaws

The x-rays are used to check the health of your teeth and bones, to identify dental and facial abnormalities, such as dental decay, cysts, tumours or tooth fractures and to assess the positioning of your jaw and teeth. They also help us to plan treatment and determine whether we need to refer you to a specialist for further investigation.

You may receive your x-rays digitally and we use digital x-ray equipment.

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An accurate diagnosis

Prevents future problems

Monitor disease progression or treatment success

Guide treatment decisions, helps us plan treatment

Easily compare past to current dental health

Save time and money

Not all patients are suitable

X-ray is a safe and effective method of radiation protection

Radiation exposure is minimal

You must wear a led collar or apron before taking an x-ray

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Provides an accurate picture of your oral health

X-rays use invisible radiation to create images of your teeth, gums and other hard tissue structures. The images can then be viewed on a computer monitor, printed or used to detect and diagnose disease.

Tooth decay and gum disease, which may have been caused by a bad diet, a poor brushing technique or poor oral hygiene, can be identified and treated. Other conditions can also be diagnosed and treated including bone loss, impacted wisdom teeth, fractures and infections.

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What are the three types of dental X-rays?

There are three types of diagnostic radiographs taken in today’s dental offices — periapical (also known as intraoral or wall-mounted), panoramic, and cephalometric. Periapical radiographs are probably the most familiar, with images of a few teeth at a time captured on small film cards inserted in the mouth.

What is dental X-ray called?

There are two main types of dental X-rays: intraoral (the X-ray film is inside the mouth) and extraoral (the X-ray film is outside the mouth). Intraoral X-rays are the most common type of X-ray.

Is dental X-ray painful?

Most patients do not have any problems or discomfort when taking X-rays. The size and location of the sensor placement are a big factor in how comfortable or uncomfortable you will be. The size of your mouth is also a factor because if you have a small mouth, it makes placing the sensor a little more challenging.

What does a tooth X-ray show?

On an X-ray, a dentist can see the enamel or outer covering of the tooth, the underlying dentin layer, and the pulp chamber where nerve tissue resides inside the tooth. Typically, your dentist may recommend taking X-rays as often as every six months to spot problems in your teeth, gums, and jaws early on.

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Tooth cleaning, dental check-up, scaling and polishing.

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