Radiographs also known as X-rays, can spot problems early on in your mouth, teeth, gums and jaw. Treating problems earlier than they get severe can save money, ache and sometimes even your life. X-rays can help locate problems that can’t be seen with an oral exam. Everyone’s oral health varies. Some people who have lately been diagnosed with gum or dental disorder might need radiographs every six months, while others who don’t have ongoing dental treatment may need to get radiographs only once every couple of years. Getting a dental X-ray may not feel like much fun. But don’t forget, they’re a crucial tool to locate tooth decay and other dental issues as early as possible.
We also provide Orthopantomogram (also known as OPG)
It is a panoramic single image radiograph of the mandible, maxilla and teeth. It is often encountered in dental practice and occasionally in the emergency department; providing a convenient, inexpensive and rapid way to evaluate the gross anatomy of the jaws and related pathology.
During an OPG the patient remains in a stationary position (seated or standing) while both the x-ray source and film rotate in combination around the patient. The x-ray source rotates from one side of the jaw, around the front of the patient, and then to the other side of the jaw. The film rotates opposite to the x-ray source behind the patient. It takes a few seconds during which the patient must remain completely still.
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