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Digital X-rays

Digital X Rays


A closer look at the development of your kid's mouth!

Digital dental x-rays are a safe way to evaluate the overall dental health of your kid, giving deep insight into the condition of the teeth, bones, and supporting tissues of the mouth. Digital dental x-rays are used to detect the presence of tooth decay, gum disease, tumors, cysts, and extra teeth. Also, digital x-rays allow us to track the progress of any previous dental procedure and identify any small changes that occur in teeth.

Why do kids need Digital X-rays?

Digital x-rays are effective to diagnose conditions that can’t be detected through an ordinary oral health exam. Children need more frequent checks than adults due to the rapid change in their mouths. Also, children are more subjected to tooth decay and that’s why they need frequent x-rays. We recommend conducting x-rays every 6 months to one year but it differs from one kid to another. However, we don’t prescribe x-rays unless it is necessary.

Are Digital X-rays safe for kids?

Dental x-rays are totally safe so you don’t have to worry. The amount of radiation emitted during the x-ray is very low to cause any problem. At Bunny Dental Park, we follow strict precautions to ensure that your kid is safe and comfortable during the x-ray.

Dental digital x-rays are used to see the status of developing teeth, detecting and treating problems and oral deformities that can’t be identified through regular checks. Our clinic provides the most effective digital x-rays and the safest as well.

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We look forward to having you all in our interactive clinic and helping your little kids establish dental health and passion for maintaining a lovely smile for life!

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New and Healthy Tips

Management of teething

The eruption of primary teeth usually begins around 4-8 months of age with the eruption of the lower incisors, and is complete at around 30-36 months of age when second primary molars erupt. However, the timing of tooth eruption varies by as much as six months.

Halitosis in children

Halitosis originates from the Latin word “halitus,” which means breath, and the Greek suffix osis refers to a condition or pathologic process. This prevalent disorder, also referred to as bad breath, used to explain the unpleasant breath emitted from the mouth of either oral or nonoral origin that seems unpleasant or offensive to others.

Pit and fissure sealants

Grooves or pits and fissures on occlusal surfaces of primary and permanent posterior teeth trap food debris and promote the presence of bacteria due to their deep and morphological complexity thereby increasing the risk of developing cavities. Effectively penetrating and sealing these surfaces with a dental material like pit-and-fissure sealants providing a physical barrier that inhibits microorganisms and food particles accumulation can prevent lesions.

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