Digital X-Ray


We use modern all digital x-ray systems designed in Germany. Compared to conventional film x-ray, there is significantly less radiation dosage when taking x-rays.


Reliable and Safe

With the revolutionary DCS sensor, each dental x-ray uses the lowest radiation dosage possible, while still resulting in images with unparalleled definition. This means picking up any tooth decay or bone conditions are now more accurate than ever, with the minimum of radiation dosage to you.

Comfortable and Fast

For smaller dental xrays, we use digital film that is wireless and paper thin, for easy and comfortable fit in your mouth.

Our dental x-rays are efficient, with lower exposure time and lower dosage to you. A dental x-ray is taken in a few seconds, quickly and comfortably.

Sharp Layer (SL) Technology

SL Technology allows you to generate several thousand images during a single rotation. The fragments with the best focus are automatically combined to form one dental X-ray image with incomparable sharpness. High resolution images of the entire jaw – every time.

Why do we take Dental X-ray?

Dental xrays allow us to visualise what is happening within the tooth layers, which we are not able to observe with a visual dental check.

Most of the time, tooth decay or caries starts in between the teeth and does not cause symptoms until it is too late. Early detection of tooth decay means we can prevent it from getting worse and before  it causes pain!

We take xrays only when they are needed and with your consent

X-Rays may need to be taken for many reasons, including

  • As part of a general dental check up
  • Detect tooth decay
  • In kids to check if teeth are forming and erupting normally
  • Wisdom teeth formation and whether they are impacted
  • Bone issues such as cysts, malformation
  • Infection of the teeth or bone
  •  Jaw Joint (TMJ) clicking or pain
  • Braces
  • Implant Surgery
  • Root Canal Treatment

Types of X-Rays Available at Our Clinic

  • Small Xrays (Intra-oral Bitewings and Periapical)
  • Full View (OPG)
  • Jaw Joint Xray
  • Cephalogram
  • 3D Cone Beam CT scan
  • Airway Assessment xray

How Safe is a Dental X-Ray?

This chart illustrates the low risk of dental xrays. The numbers are taken from averages of multiple digital dental x-ray systems. The dental x-ray system that we use have a lower radiation dosage than shown on this chart.

Average Radiation Dosage
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