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Digital X-rays
Dental radiographs (x-rays) are an important part of the exam for new and established patients. Radiographs provide valuable information for oral diagnosis and treatment planning that cannot be obtained by a clinical exam alone.
Our office is equipped with digital radiograph technology, which translates to safer, more accurate, and more efficient diagnosis compared to traditional film x-rays. Processing of digital images are instantaneous and can be enlarged and displayed on our computer monitors for instant diagnosis and patient education.
Digital imaging technology is also much more sophisticated and sensitive than traditional film x-rays. This means that patients receive minimal x-ray exposure from the imaging equipment. We care about our patients and we make every effort to ensure your health and safety.

Initial exams (New Patients)
For new patients, we provide comprehensive examinations so that we may tailor your dental care to your specific needs. As part of this examination, you will receive a comprehensive radiographic examination with our digital imaging technology (unless you are to have your x-rays from another office transferred). It is our philosophy that proper dental health begins with proper preventative measures, which helps to promote a lifetime of excellent dental health.

Routine cleanings
Dental cleanings should be scheduled every 6 months, or in some cases, every 3-4 months.

Routine dental exams
A dental check-up should also be performed every 6 months, and thus, it is included as part of your cleaning appointment. As part of this exam, new x-rays may be required to properly diagnose oral disease.

For younger patients with developing teeth, in-office fluoride application is an important part of preventing future tooth decay. Fluoride is a naturally occuring mineral that, when applied in appropriate doses by a dental professional, is a safe and effective way to protect your teeth.

Dental sealants may be recommended to fill in the grooves of posterior teeth to prevent cavities from developing.