Digital X Rays in Katy, TX

Digital X Rays in Katy, TX

Digital X-Rays in Katy, TX

Digital x-rays allow your Katy dentist to take images of your teeth, bones and soft tissues, and view them instantly. Digital imaging helps us diagnose oral health concerns that may go undetected during a routine dental exam. Budding or existing issues such as hidden cavities, bone loss, and impacted teeth can be uncovered on digital x-rays. Imaging is also used to monitor the progress of certain dental treatments.

About Digital X-Rays

At Villagio Family Dental digital x-rays are used to check for the following conditions:

  • Tooth decay, hidden cavities, and any damage to the supporting bone
  • Mouth injuries, such as damaged tooth roots
  • Teeth misalignments, or overcrowding
  • Abscesses, cysts, or tumors, not visible during a dental exam
  • Proper growth of permanent teeth in children

Dr. Adriana Zaharie also takes digital x-rays to help develop a treatment plan for tooth extractions, extensive endodontic surgeries, dental implants and orthodontic treatment.

Benefits of Digital X-Rays in Katy

  • Digital imaging requires significantly less radiation exposure, compared to tradition dental x-rays. It is a much safer diagnostic tool.
  • Images are instantly ready for viewing.
  • Digital x-rays can be enhanced and enlarged. They can also be sent electronically to other medical providers when necessary.
  • Subtraction radiography allows your Katy dentist to view changes in your mouth after dental treatment.
  • This advanced technology can detect the slightest changes in your teeth and show images of the areas below the surface.
  • They detect the smallest changes and provide images of the portions where shifting took place.

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Adriana Zaharie, DMD

Dr. Adriana Zaharie has a gentle patient approach and excellent clinical skills that will make you and your family more comfortable than you ever thought possible.

Adriana Zaharie, DMD