Radiography services

Digital X-Rays

Digital X-rays, also known as digital radiographs, are a modern dental imaging technology that allows dentists to capture detailed images of the teeth and surrounding tissues using a digital sensor. Unlike traditional X-rays, which use film to capture the image, digital X-rays use electronic sensors to produce high-quality, detailed images that can be viewed immediately on a computer screen.


OPG stands for Orthopantomogram, which is a type of dental X-ray that captures a panoramic view of the upper and lower jaws, including the teeth, gums, and jawbones. An OPG machine uses a rotating arm to capture the X-ray image, which provides a comprehensive view of the entire oral cavity, including any teeth that may be impacted or hidden from view.


A dental CBCT (Cone Beam Computed Tomography) is a specialized type of dental X-ray machine that uses cone-shaped X-ray beams to produce a detailed, three-dimensional image of the teeth, jawbone, and surrounding structures. CBCT scans are more precise and accurate than traditional dental X-rays and provide a more detailed view of the oral structures.

Dental Radiography at Chalfont Dentist

At Chalfont Dentist, we have a range of radiographic services available to assist in the diagnosis and treatment planning for our patients. 

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