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Dental X-Rays

dental x-raysDental X-rays are necessary to detect oral health problems that cannot be seen with a visual exam. Many dental issues start off as asymptomatic, so you may not experience any pain or discomfort even if you have gum disease. But our Los Angeles dental X-rays expert can find these problems and treat them before they start causing you excessive pain. Treating problems early also prevents you from needing more invasive procedures, so by getting X-rays, you will be saving yourself time, money, and hassle.

Some people may be hesitant to get X-rays due to the amount of radiation received from the machine. But the amount of radiation is minimal and is certainly not enough to cause you any harm. But regardless of this, the frequency of which you need an X-ray taken is dependent on several factors. Children will need an X-ray once every six to 12 months because our expert in dental X-rays in Los Angeles needs to check for the development of permanent teeth. For adults, the frequency will depend on your overall oral health. High-risk patients will need an X-ray once every six to 12 months. Patients who are consistently in good oral health may only need an X-ray once every 24 to 36 months.

Dental X-Rays Los Angeles

Our Los Angeles dental X-rays expert suggests getting X-rays taken as often as recommended in order to:

• Reveal any developmental abnormalities such as cysts or tumors
• Assist in the preparation of dental implants, bridges, crowns, or dentures
• Reveal an infected root canal
• Show any areas of decay that cannot be seen by eye
• Reveal any bone loss that has occurred as a result of gum disease

In children, our expert in dental X-rays in Los Angeles can watch for decay, determine if the baby teeth are being lost fast enough, and check for the development of wisdom teeth. X-rays are most often taken during a dental examination, which you should be getting once every six months. If you have neglected to see our dentist in Los Angeles recently, schedule a consultation today.

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