Diagnostic/Digital X-rays

Sometimes, a standard dental exam won’t be enough to give your dentist the whole picture of what’s happening inside your mouth. When that happens, you will have X-rays taken. X-rays help your dentist find potential issues that couldn’t be found otherwise. You also usually need to have X-rays done when you switch to a new dentist or when it has been a long time since the last time you had them done.
X-rays help dentists:

  • Create an all-encompassing treatment plan tailored to your mouth
  • Find cracks in existing fillings
  • Point out decay that is too hidden or too small to be picked up in a standard exam
  • Reveal decay occurring underneath an existing filling
  • Become aware of the possibility of bone infections, gum disease, or infected nerves
  • Get an accurate picture of your overall oral health
  • Identify the need for dental implants
  • Expose abnormalities that could require treatment such as cancer, cysts, or abscesses

Though your dentist works very hard to find out everything they can about your mouth, X-rays give them an unrivaled view into what’s going on with your oral health.

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