Digital radiography is a type of X-ray imaging, in which digital sensors are employed in place of the usual photographic film. It bypasses the chemical processes and is capable of transferring the images digitally. There is less radiation to create an image similar to one produced by traditional radiography.
Digital Radiography (DR) or (DX) is basically capturing the X-ray image without using a film. Instead of the film, a device is used to capture the image digitally, record it and then access it as a digital file. The file can be saved in the customer’s record and used for various purposes. Its advantages over the conventional type are that it processes the images quickly. Also, there is a wider range which makes it better in cases of under and over-exposure. It applies a unique image processing method which improves the quality of the image.
Full Series Digital X-Ray Procedure
Panoramic Digital X-Ray Procedure
Bitewing Digital X-Ray Procedure
The Advantages of Digital X-Rays