X-rays, also called radiographs, give us the ability to see between and inside your teeth. X-ray is primary and essential part of diagnosis of dental problem.
X-rays are the most common type of radiograph taken in dentistry. They give a high level of detail of the tooth, bone and supporting tissues of the mouth. These X-rays allow us to:
  Find cavities
  Look at the tooth roots endodontic procedure and tooth removal
  Check the health of the bony area around the tooth
  Help diagnose periodontal disease
  See the status of developing teeth
Instead of routine x-ray film, as a responsible dental practitioner, we use latest technology Digital Radiovisiography (RVG) for diagnosing your dental problems.

digital x ray dc machine with RVG - low radiation

Advantages of Digital Radiographs (RVG)
  There is 50% to 90% reduction in radiation needed to expose an image.
  Digital x-ray images are displayed on the computer within seconds, eliminating processing chemicals and time.
  Digital x-ray images are displayed after being inserted in the scanner within about 30 seconds, and the images come in various sizes (#0, 2, 3, and 4), providing flexibility in imaging.
  Errors in positioning and exposure can be corrected immediately without waiting for film processing.
  Computer storage makes retrieval and storage of the image easier than for conventional film and allows easy electronic transfer of radiographs to the patient file, consultant, or referring veterinarian.
  An image can be adjusted for better visualization—the image can be enlarged, the contrast and brightness can be changed, and the image can be inverted or rotated.
  Digital dental radiography provides extremely efficient progress evaluation during endodontic, implant and oral surgery procedures.
At our clinic we use Kodak RVG 5100, made in USA, most trusted brand of digital dental x-ray sensor and DC x-mind satelec x-ray machine, made in France.