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ADAE dental blogs — dental x-ray sensors

Dental X-ray sensors vs X-ray films

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Dental X-ray sensors vs X-ray films

learn more about the advantages of using  X-rays sensors over traditional X-rays films.

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Why X Ray sensors are important in dentistry ?

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Why X Ray sensors are important in dentistry ?

1.Minimized Radiation We know that exposure to X-ray can cause a multitude of harmful effects to the body. The biological effects of radiation, deterministic (killing a large number of cells) and stochastic (sub-lethal damage leading to mutation), range from simple mucositis to more dangerous conditions such as osteoradionecrosis and carcinogenesis. Although such outcomes stem from radiation therapy, it is important to reduce the amount of radiation that the patient, dentist and dental assistant are subjected to. The ALARA principle is one of the most important guidelines laid out by the NCRP, USA in 2003. By employing digital radiography, dentists can reduce up...

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