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Advanced Digital OPG X-Ray

An orthopantomogram (OPG) is a type of dental x-ray that provides a panoramic view of the upper and lower jaw. The scan renders a two-dimensional flattened image from one ear to the other. The scan captures high-quality images from multiple angles and then compiles them for a panoramic view of the mandible (lower jaw) and maxilla (upper jaw).

Why Digital OPG

Dental X-rays radiology moves from film technology (involving a chemical developing process) to Digital X-ray which is based on electronic sensors and computers. One of the principal advantages compared to film based systems is the much greater exposure latitude. This means much less repeats, which also reduces patient exposure to radiation. Lost xrays can also be reprinted. Other significant advantages include instantly viewable images, ability to enhance images, ability to email images to practitioners and clients, easy and reliable document handling, reduced X-ray exposure, no darkroom is required, no chemicals are used.