Dental radiographs (x-rays) are the images of the teeth and the oral structures that a dentist uses to evaluate oral health. These radiographs are used with low levels of radiation to capture images of the soft tissues as well as the hard tissues of the oral cavity. X-rays are used to identify the condition of teeth, roots, jaw misplacements, and facial bone abnormalities. These can even be used to identify oral lesions involving bones like tumors and other malignant abnormalities of bones. They are used to determine the depth of the cavity and the amount of bone loss which helps the dentist to properly diagnose and render appropriate treatment to the patient.
Posted June 26, 2022 by Anusha ‐ 3 min read
All You Need To Know About Dental Crowns
A dental crown also known as a cap or covering that is placed over the tooth to restore or improve its appearance and function. It serves an essential purpose in preserving teeth in cases of dental caries and tooth fractures. Crowns offer the most secure and permanent restorative covering over a conventional filling.
Posted April 26, 2021 by Anusha ‐ 2 min read