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Dental X-Rays in Paradise Valley AZ

Get a full set of safe dental x-rays in Paradise Valley today!

Do you need a dental x-ray in Paradise Valley, AZ?

Our dentists are experts at taking dental x-rays. We use the latest technology to ensure that you get the most accurate diagnosis possible.

We want to help you maintain your oral health so that you can enjoy a healthy smile for years to come. That’s why we offer high-quality dental x-rays at an affordable price.

Schedule your appointment today by calling our office!

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What Dental X-Rays Can Reveal:

Infection, Abscesses, or cysts

Bone loss

Cancerous and non-cancerous tumors

Decay between the teeth.

Developmental abnormalities.

Poor tooth and root positions

Problems inside a tooth or below the gum line.

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How often should dental X-rays be taken?

The requirement for X-rays varies based on each individual’s dental health condition. Dental professionals will suggest the appropriate x-rays after evaluating your medical and dental records, conducting a dental examination, considering your age, and assessing any signs, symptoms, or disease risks.

New patients are usually advised to get a complete set of X-rays. Bite-wing X-rays, which display the points where teeth touch each other, are conducted during routine check-ups and are typically recommended annually or biannually to identify emerging dental issues.

It is recommended to get a panoramic X-ray every 4-5 years for oral cancer screenings.This type of X-ray is also useful for examining the jawbone and assessing the status of wisdom teeth.

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Frequently Ask Questions

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Dental X-Rays are a common type of diagnostic imaging test used by dentists to assess the condition of the teeth and bone. They provide detailed images of what we cannot see with our eyes. The images obtained from a dental x-ray can be used for diagnosis and treatment planning, as well as for monitoring changes in the teeth and bone over time.

The frequency of dental x-rays depends on several factors such as age, current oral health, and risk for developing certain conditions or diseases. Generally speaking, most people should have a complete set of dental x-rays every three years or so. If you are at high risk for developing problems or if your dentist has identified an issue that needs to be monitored closely, you may need more frequent examinations with x-rays.

Dental X-Rays use a form of ionizing radiation known as X-Ray beams to create images of the teeth and bone structures.

With digital sensors, taking x-rays images is nearly instant.

With modern x-ray sensors, the dose needed to form an image is very minimal. Dental x-rays are widely known and accepted as safe.

There is nothing that needs to be done in preparation for a dental x-ray. Glasses or earrings may need to ne removed if they are in the way of the image to be taken.

Usually, no special follow up care is needed post examination other than scheduling any necessary treatment. It’s also a good idea to be scheduled in advance for your next routine check up.

Why Choose Us

A better day starts with a better smile.

Highly Trained Dentist

Each year Dr. Rodda goes above and beyond the required continuing education requirements to hone his skills and acquire new ones in order to serve his patients the best he can.

State-of-the-Art Office

Our new state-of-the-art office offers the latest in dental care technology. This allows us to give you the highest level of care possible in Paradise Valley. Learn more about our technology below.

After Hours Emergency Care

When you have a dental emergency we know that you need help now! That's why we offer 24/7 emergency hours. Contact us immediately to speak with an associate.

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