When it comes to dental imaging, our dentist is implementing new instruments and methods offered by the modernization of technology making the process more efficient and effective.
Digital X-rays are one of the most important advancements in dentistry. The technology replaces the film used in conventional X-rays with advanced electronic sensors.
Here are some great benefits of digital X-rays:
Unlike traditional X-rays, digital X-ray caus less exposure to radiation
It enables our dentist to make an accurate diagnosis more efficiently
It reduces the use of waste materials or harsh chemicals, unlike conventional X-rays
It is less time-consuming and provides immediate results
It offers better imaging results, enabling our dentist to diagnose abnormalities in teeth, gums or enamel instantly
In addition, this technique of digital imaging provides exceptional quality images to our dentist with the use of much less radiation. Also, our dentist can adjust the image (contrast or brightness) according to their requirements by using simple processing techniques. The technique have become one of the most adopted methods used in digital imaging.
An intraoral camera is a small video camera that takes an image of the outside of the gum or tooth. The intraoral camera resembles an oversized pen. While simultaneously viewing a monitor, the dentist inserts the camera into a patient's mouth and gently shifts it about so that images can be taken from a variety of angles.
The intraoral camera is extremely helpful in diagnosing dental conditions such as tooth decay and cracked teeth and in educating the patient. Since the intraoral camera is used in tandem with a computer screen or television monitor, your dentist can easily show you, in real-time, if you have a fractured tooth or need gum disease treatment. A picture is worth a thousand words!
Time-savings that come with the intraoral camera are especially noticeable when your dentist needs to take several images at one time. Intraoral camera images are easy to re-take, print and duplicate. Printouts can be sent to dental insurance companies to strengthen claims. In fact, these images are so useful that some insurance companies now accept images via e-mail; the reduced paper trail cuts down on claim-processing time and is an environmentally friendly option as well.
For more information on the intraoral camera at Lifetime Dentistry of Bradenton, call us at 941-254-7917 today!
Advanced techniques of dental imaging have empowered us to obtain more reliable results in less time. For those who are looking for an expert dentist for dental imaging, you must visit us at Lifetime Dentistry of Bradenton - Bradenton, Florida.
We provide you with dedicated team and an expert dentist!
Call us at 941-254-7917 for an appointment or come to our office today, we are here for you!