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Tuesday-Thursday:
11:00am - 07:00pm
Friday:
07:00am - 01:00pm
Saturday:
09:00am - 02:00pm
Monday & Sunday:
Closed
Phone:
310-822-8481
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Radiology Dentist in Marina del Rey - 25+ Years Tradition of Excellence

Digital X-Rays

We know that with your busy schedules, you want to get as much done in one place as possible. We offer inoffice digital x-rays for your convenience. Digital x-rays are computer-generated images. These images require up to 90% less radiation than with conventional film type x-rays. Instead of using the traditional silveroxide x-ray film that must be developed & then fixed in caustic & environmentally damaging solutions, the new system takes pictures via a small electronic sensor & instantaneously transmits a picture of the tooth onto the video monitor in the treatment room. Therefore, we can see your teeth & surrounding structures immediately. Feel free to contact us for more details, or to make an appointment!

Cone Beam

Dental CBCT images provide three-dimensional (3-D) information, rather than the two-dimensional (2-D) information provided by a conventional X-ray image. This may help with the diagnosis, treatment planning and evaluation of certain conditions.

During a cone beam CT examination, the C-arm or gantry rotates around the head in a complete 360-degree rotation while capturing multiple images from different angles that are reconstructed to create a single 3-D image. The x-ray source and detector are mounted on opposite sides of the revolving C-arm or gantry and rotate in unison. In a single rotation, the detector can generate anywhere between 150 to 200 high resolution two-dimensional (2-D) images, which are then digitally combined to form a 3-D image that can provide your dentist or oral surgeon with valuable information about your oral and craniofacial health.

Although the radiation doses from dental CBCT exams are generally lower than other CT exams, dental CBCT exams typically deliver more radiation than conventional dental X-ray exams. However, the dose is significantly lower than a full mouth series of x-rays. A Cone Beam CT Scan is equivalent to 7 days of background radiation, whereas a full mouth series of conventional dental x-rays is 21 days.

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