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When is a Dental X-ray Required?
Just like normal X-rays, for a complete analysis of the teeth and in order to capture images that will help in the treatment of dental problems, a dental X-ray is required.
What areas does Dental X-ray cover?
A Dental X-ray shows the clear pictures of wisdom teeth, dental structures, bones and cavities which cannot be seen with the naked eyes, it can be considered as a perquisite to fully understand and then treat any complicated dental problems.
Are Dental X-Rays Safe?
The amount of radiation received by a person during a full day, from natural sources, exceeds the typical x-ray exposure and the degree of radiation that is received from Dental X-rays. In short, dental x-rays are safe.
How Often Are X-rays Taken?
A full mouth series of dental x-rays for a new patient is considered good for up to 3 to 5 years unless no major changes have taken place.