Dental Digital X-Ray #2 Barrier Envelopes For Phosphor Plate Sensor

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Dental Digital X-Ray #2 Barrier Envelopes For Phosphor Plate Sensor is a fully disposable, soft vinyl, quick-tear envelope for capturing dental x-rays. They help prevent the transfer of harmful elements between patients and dentists. Save your practice money by using reusable dental x-ray plates inside of these barrier envelopes – protect them from germs, scratches, and other damage.

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Dental Digital X-Ray #2 Barrier Envelopes are the perfect way to protect your phosphor plate sensor. These envelopes are made of durable material and are easy to use.

FAQs

What is a digital dental x-ray?

Digital dental x-rays use a sensor connected to a computer to capture images of people’s teeth. The images show areas of decay, bone loss, abscesses, and tumors.

What is the difference between a digital x-ray and a normal x-ray?

Digital dental x-rays are cheaper, faster, and more comfortable for patients than normal x-rays. That being said, normal x-rays have a lower start-up cost than digital x-rays, which can make a big difference for dental practitioners who are looking to start up their own practice.

Are digital dental x-rays safer?

Yes, digital dental x-rays are safer than traditional x-rays, due to less exposure to radiation.

What do dental x rays show?

Dental x-rays show dentists the condition of your teeth, roots, facial bone composition, and jaw placement. Essentially, they are able to see everything that’s going on with your teeth and jaw area in order to catch problems in the early stages of their development.

How often are dental x rays performed?

Dental x-rays are given in different increments depending on the patient and their specific situation, as well as the dentist’s preferences. Some get x-rays every 6 months when they go in for a check-up, others can go 1-3 years.

What are the dark spots on a dental xray?

Darker spots on dental X-rays show where tooth decay is occurring (cavities).