Digital Radiographs

Digital radiographs (x-rays) are one of the newest x-ray techniques around.

With digital radiographs, film is replaced with a flat electronic sensor. The x-ray hits the sensor the same way they would expose the film. Instead of developing the film in a dark room, the image is electronically sent to a computer from which it can be viewed immediately. It is then stored on the computer and may be printed or emailed to consulting dentists or specialists.