Digital X-ray

Digital radiographs are one of the newest X-ray techniques around. With digital radiographs, film is replaced with a flat electronic pad or sensor. The X-rays hit the pad the same way they hit the film. But instead of developing the film in a dark room, the image is electronically sent directly to a computer where the image appears on the screen. The image can then be stored on the computer or printed out. One of the great advantages of this process is that radiographs can be digitally compared to previous radiographs in a process called subtraction radiography. The computer can digitally compare the two images, subtract out everything that is the same and give a clear image of anything that is different. This means that tiny changes that may not be noticeable with the naked eye can be caught earlier and more clearly with digital-subtraction radiography. Subtraction radiography requires a specialized projection technique and additional software.

Panoramic Image:

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Lateral Cephalogram


1. Lower X-ray radiation exposure: Compared with conventional film-based systems, digital X-ray systems significantly reduce radiation doses by up to 30% (panoramic imaging), 60% (cephalometric imaging), and 90% (intraoral imaging).
2. Unambiguous results: A digital X-ray system in combination with the user-friendly and multifunctional SIDEXIS XG intuitive software is your passport to fast, accurate, and reliable diagnostics.
3. Speed: The razor-sharp digital images appear on the monitor in a matter of seconds, regardless of whether the X-ray procedure is performed in a separate room or directly at the chairside.
4. Effortless Communication: Images can be stored, for data processing as well as for import and export, in most common formats.You can E-mail X-rays to other dental professionals for consultation purposes.