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Dental X-Ray

What is Dental X-ray?

Dental X-rays are diagnostic imaging tools used by dentists to visualize the internal structures of the mouth, teeth, and jawbone. They provide valuable information about dental issues such as cavities, infections, bone loss, and abnormalities that may not be visible during a clinical examination.


At Soham Dental Care, we’ve simplified the Dental X-ray process into three easy-to-follow steps:

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  • Preparation–You’ll be comfortably positioned, and protective equipment will be provided.
  • Image Capture– Our advanced digital X-ray equipment swiftly captures high-quality images of your teeth and jawbone.
  • Analysis-Our experienced dentists analyze the X-ray images to assess your oral health and identify any areas of concern.

"Advanced Dental X-ray Services: Ensuring Precision and Safety"

At Soham Dental Care, we offer advanced dental X-ray services to provide precise diagnostic imaging while prioritizing patient safety. Our digital X-ray technology reduces radiation exposure and enhances image quality, allowing our experienced dentists to accurately detect dental issues early. With our comprehensive approach and commitment to patient care, you can trust us to deliver exceptional dental X-ray services tailored to your needs.

Yes, dental X-rays are safe when performed with proper precautions and modern equipment. At Soham Dental Care, we use low-dose digital X-rays, which significantly reduce radiation exposure compared to traditional film X-rays.

The frequency of dental X-rays depends on your individual oral health needs and risk factors. For most patients, X-rays are recommended every 6 to 12 months as part of routine dental checkups. Your dentist will determine the appropriate schedule based on your specific circumstances.

Yes, dental X-rays are essential for detecting dental problems early, even if you have no symptoms. Many dental issues, such as cavities and gum disease, can develop silently without causing noticeable symptoms. X-rays allow dentists to identify and address these issues before they progress into more serious problems.