Digital radiography is a form of X-Ray imaging, where digitalX-Ray sensors are used instead of traditional photographic film. Advantages include time efficiency through bypassing chemical processing and the ability to transfer and enhance images.
There is less radiation needed to produce the same quality image . In average, there is 70 per cent less exposure to radiation than conventional X-rays.
Digital images are also easily stored on a computer and can be transferred to different dentists for referrals.
Dental radiographs are commonly used for many reasons to find hidden dental structures, examine the dentition, evaluate facial structures , analyse growth ,…