Dental X-rays are used to capture the images of your teeth. These images are used by private dentists to evaluate the oral health of patients. Low levels of radiation are used to capture internal images of the teeth and gums. This technology is used to identify any dental problems such as tooth decay, cavities, bone loss, etc. It helps dentists to find and identify dental problems quickly and saves time and money.
Dental X-rays allow dentists to see every visible part of the mouth clearly. These vivid images help the dentists to identify and diagnose problems faced by the patients. In general, there are two types of oral x-rays intraoral and extraoral respectively.
Intraoral X-rays are the most common type of oral X-ray used by dentists. These types of X-rays are used to provide details to find cavities, monitor the health of the tooth root and jawbone, and bone surrounding the tooth, check the status of developing teeth. Intraoral X-rays are further classified into 3 types as Bitewing X-rays, Periapical X-rays, Occlusal X-rays respectively.
These are used to capture the images of the upper and lower parts of the exact tooth along with half of its root and supporting bone. Each bitewing shows a tooth from its crown to the level of the supporting bone. In addition to this. Bitewing X-rays are also used to determine the proper fit of a crown. It can also see any wear or breakdown of dental fillings.
These are used to capture the images of the whole tooth from the crown to the root. It helps emergency dentist Basingstoke to detect any unusual changes in the root and surrounding bone structures. Each periapical X-ray shows the complete dimension of the tooth and includes all the teeth in one portion of either the upper or lower jaw.
These special types of X-rays are used by dentists to study the bone structures of the upper and lower jaws. In addition to this, Occlusal X-Rays can also detect evidence of tumors or bone loss as well as blockages in the salivary ducts. Pediatric dentists commonly use these X-rays to find kids’ teeth that have not yet broken through the gums.
One should go for the Dental X-rays only after the advice of the dentists.
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