Dr. Jonathan Gordon, and Dr. Sean Fahid, who practice dentistry at Couture Smiles Dental Group in Woodland Hills, California, work hard to help you keep your smile healthy. This includes careful examinations and accurate diagnoses to ensure that you receive the high-quality dental care you need. The practice uses digital X-rays at the office to provide you with comfortable, quick dental care. If your last appointment was six months ago or more, call or book online to make an appointment today.
A dental X-ray is an image of your teeth, bones, and the surrounding areas that your dentist uses to detect problems with your:
Digital X-rays use a digital sensor to instantly capture high-resolution images of your mouth, which your dentist can then view on monitors to efficiently assess your oral health. This allows them to diagnose any dental issues quickly.
Digital X-rays are also an effective educational tool. The dentists are able to show you your X-rays so that you can develop a better understanding of your teeth, jaw, and gums, which can help you to understand why it is so important to brush and floss your teeth daily.
The dentists use digital dental X-rays to follow up after dental treatment and evaluate your overall oral health. Using the advanced digital radiography available at Couture Smiles Dental Group, Drs. Gordon, and Fahid and the team can identify dental problems and conditions such as:
Yes, at Couture Smiles Dental Group, the dentists use the most up-to-date radiography technology to collect images of your teeth. Advances in dental technology have reduced the amount of radiation necessary to create clear images significantly.
Additionally, every precaution is taken to protect your overall health and well-being. Digital X-rays are more efficient than traditional film X-rays, and they use up to 90% less radiation than conventional X-rays. For more information about the advantages of digital radiography in Woodland Hills, California, call the office today or book an appointment online.
Depending on your dental health, Drs. Gordon, and Fahid will take X-rays every 6-24 months. If you have any dental conditions, you may need to have X-rays more frequently so that the Doctors able to closely monitor your condition. However, if you have strong healthy teeth and no family or personal history of dental problems, you may not need to have X-rays taken as often.