Dental X-rays in Racine, WI
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What Are Dental X-rays?
Digital dental x-rays or dental radiographs are administered with an annual dental exam to allow our dentists to have a more thorough view of your oral health. Digital dental x-rays allow our dentists to diagnose problems that are not easily visible and to understand more about your oral health by showing the inside of your teeth, gums, and jawbone. Several dental conditions may be diagnosed with digital dental images, such as cavities, decay, cysts, abscesses, bone atrophy, and impactions. When these issues are discovered early, they can be treated more efficiently with more treatment options. During your annual dental exam at Creating Beautiful Smiles in Racine, WI, digital dental imaging will help our team diagnose and correct oral health issues.
What to Expect from Dental X-rays
Digital dental imaging usually takes place at the start of a dental cleaning or exam and takes around 5 – 10 minutes to complete. After they are complete, the images will be uploaded and can be viewed by you and your dental professional during your exam. We will be able to show you any abnormalities and go over treatment options.
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Digital Diagnostic Imaging
Digital dental x-rays are a useful diagnostic tool that can help to identify and treat oral health problems. As a part of a regular dental exam, digital dental x-rays can give our dentists a unique understanding that allows them to see any hidden conditions to be treated before you feel pain. To improve your oral health, contact our office in Racine, WI to schedule your dental exam with digital dental x-rays.