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Broussard, Louisiana 70518

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Digital Imaging Broussard Louisiana

The Willingness to Use Innovative X-Ray Technology is Essential to Good Dentistry

In our practice, we have always considered it necessary to learn and use new, more innovative technologies as they become available to the dental industry. Coupled with the skills we have accumulated over the years, we can better serve our patients in all their treatment needs.

This professional willingness should always be uppermost in your search for a reliable dentist. These new technologies enable us to help you and your family maintain amazing smiles. The digital x-ray technology we are now using is vital for planning the solutions that best suit your particular dental issues.

What Are Some of The Benefits of Digital X-Ray Technology? 

  • It is completely eco-friendly
  • It wastes no paper
  • It avoids the use of lead film inserts
  • It uses absolutely zero chemicals
  • It exposes our patients to lower radiation amounts

These High-Definition Digital X-Rays Enable us, as Dental Professionals, to See With an Extremely High Degree of Clarity, The Very Depths of Your Gums And Teeth. 

This ability enables us to detect dental problems in their earliest stages of development and thus prevent further progression and see details that were otherwise invisible to our naked eyes. 

An even more significant benefit to our patients is that it allows them to view their x-rays on the computer screen right along with us.

Panoramic Digital X-Rays

When it becomes necessary to view and thoroughly examine a combination of different dental elements with one of our patients, we can now use our state-of-the-art 3-D scan technology and panoramic digital x-rays.

These scanning x-rays can examine complete and detailed 3-D views of a patient’s mouth and all surrounding oral structures.

Three-D Scan Technology – What Are These Additional Benefits?

Since they become exposed through this innovative technology, this allows us to take a detailed look at a patient’s temporomandibular jaw joint and their entire nasal area, sinus cavities, and all of the jaw.  We can detect any missing teeth, cysts, tumors, bone abnormalities, or impacted teeth by getting a close-up view of these additional elements.

This three-D scan, digital x-ray technology has also become a critical tool for us in the planning and design of dental implant procedures, so if you have seen where this necessary, innovative technology can be of benefit to you or your family, give us a call to schedule an appointment at your earliest convenience.

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