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Teeth X-Rays

Teeth X-Rays

No other diagnostic dental tool is as important as modern teeth x-rays. Dental x-ray images are a critical component of a comprehensive exam, enabling dental professionals to view precision images of your teeth. X-rays of your teeth are a safe, fast and painless method to diagnose the health of your teeth, gums and jaw. Contact the caring dental team at Oral Dental Health, Metro Houston, Texas, for teeth x-rays as a part of a comprehensive dental exam in a treatment program designed for your unique oral health needs. 

Fast and Comfortable Dental X-Rays 

Oral Dental Care uses full-series x-rays, occlusal or closed-jaw x-rays, panoramic or bite-wing x-rays depending upon the needs of each patient. Some x-rays are commonly taken each year and are essential in tracking the progress of a dental issue identified by your dentist. Teeth x-rays can detect:

  • Abscesses
  • Bone loss
  • Cavities
  • Cysts
  • Decay
  • Impacted teeth
  • Irregular tooth position
  • Interior tooth issues
  • Periodontal disease
  • Root problems
  • Tumors, cancerous and benign

Types of X-Rays for Teeth

While teeth x-rays require a low level of radiation and are a safe dental procedure, we use every precaution, including providing a special lead apron shield to protect your body during x-rays of your teeth. State-of-the-art digital equipment also lowers the exposure time from standard x-rays. Our dentist will review your teeth x-ray images to check your dental health and determine if treatment is needed. Oral Dental Care with Dr. Danny Orsak is the gentle dental care specialists in Metro Houston, serving the Metro Houston Area, including:

  • Addicks Fairbanks
  • Cy Fair
  • Cypress
  • Jersey Village
  • Spring
  • Tomball
  • Windermere Lakes
  • Wortham Village

Dental X-Rays: A Vital Tool for Your Dental Exam

Teeth x-rays are a very important part of your comprehensive dental exam and checkup. We use the precision images to design your dental care program and catch any dental issues early, which allows us to use less intrusive treatments. Do you have questions about teeth x-rays? Call the gentle dental care team at Oral Dental Care, Houston, today. We are here to help you with your unique dental care needs.
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