With conventional X-rays, patients are exposed to not an inconsiderable amount of radiation. The images are also only two-dimensional and relatively blurry. Digital X-rays take dental diagnostics to a new level, however.
Patients are only exposed to a minimal amount of radiation. The digital X-ray also provides insights into the jawbone with a degree of detail never seen before. It can be rotated and flipped at will as a three-dimensional image on the computer, the view can be zoomed in and out, and even the tiniest abnormalities can be spotted. As a result, treatment can be planned based on a comprehensive, reliable picture of the situation, thereby improving the treatment’s success.