Digital-X-rays

Digital X-rays

At Expressions Dental™ clinic, with digital X-rays, our general dentists are able to identify various dental problems.

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We provide Sedation dental options
We provide BOTOX treatments for headaches, TMJ and to reduce wrinkles
You receive a personalized Experience
We provide customized Treatment Options
We give comprehensive dental services in one location
We do direct billing to insurance companies
We are a family oriented dental clinic
We focus on patient’s care & satisfaction
We have convenient appointment times
We have dedicated & friendly dental staff
We provide non-judgmental diagnosis & treatment
We maintain computerized digital Record keeping for enhanced security
We give same day emergency dental appointments
We offer financing & payment options
We are conveniently located in the NW Calgary

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Digital X-rays

Digital X-rays are a useful diagnostic tool that helps the general dentist to identify damage and disease that are not visible during a regular dental exam. Our general dentist will review your history, examine your mouth and then decide whether or not you need X-rays. If you are a new patient at Expressions Dental Clinic in Calgary NW, we may recommend X-rays to identify the present status of your oral health and have a baseline to help determine changes, which may occur later. A new set of your X-rays may be required to assist our dentist in determining the status of your gum and bone health, detect any new cavities, or evaluate the growth and development of your teeth. How often X-rays must be taken depends upon your age, your current oral health, any signs and symptoms of oral disease, or your risk for infection. For instance, children may need X-rays more often than adults as their jaws and teeth are still developing, and their teeth are may be more likely affected by tooth decay than those of adults. *Note: According to the American Dental Association (ADA),” radiation exposure associated with dentistry represents a minor contribution to the total exposure from all sources, including natural and man-made.”

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