“Today’s patients are concerned about radiation exposure,” Dr. Pickart explains. “Digital radiography reduces that exposure by more than 75 percent. That, combined with enhanced image quality, gives us a better ability to detect disease.”
Over time, fewer images are needed for each patient and bite wings are no longer required, making the x-ray process more comfortable. These digital scans are easily shared with specialists and need less storage space than traditional x-ray films.
"Having high-quality x-ray visuals makes for compelling education. I can explain images on the spot to my patients and get faster acceptance of a treatment plan.
“That adds up to better living through dentistry.”