Digital RVG X-rays

Digital RVG X-rays, also known as digital radiography, is a modern technology that has revolutionized dental imaging. Unlike traditional X-rays, digital RadioVisioGraphy X-rays use digital sensors to capture images of teeth, gums, and other oral structures. Digital dental radiography use a sensor that captures the image and transfers it to a computer. The image is displayed on the computer screen in just a matter of seconds, allowing the dentist to view it immediately. The images produced by digital RVG X-rays are extremely clear and detailed, providing dental professionals with a much clearer picture of the patient’s oral health. The images can be easily manipulated on the computer, allowing the dentist to zoom in, rotate, and enhance the image to get a better view of the problem area. 



Digital radiography has elevated dentistry to a new level by providing patients with a greater understanding of their oral health. Patients no longer have to blindly trust their dentist’s diagnosis, as they can see and comprehend what is happening inside their teeth. This improves patient trust and satisfaction with their dental treatment.



The benefits of this X-rays are numerous. Firstly, digital RVG X-rays use significantly less radiation than traditional X-rays, making them a safer option for patients. Secondly, Digital intraoral radiography are faster and more efficient than traditional X-rays, as the images can be captured and displayed in seconds. Thirdly, the images produced by digital RVG imaging are of much higher quality than traditional X-rays, allowing dental professionals to detect and diagnose dental problems with greater accuracy. Finally, digital RVG X-rays are environmentally friendly, as they do not require the use of film or chemicals, which are harmful to the environment.


RVG X-rays are an essential tool in the dental industry, as they help dentists diagnose and treat dental problems accurately and efficiently. They are safer, faster, and more efficient than traditional X-rays, and produce higher-quality images, which ultimately benefit both the dentist and the patient. With the benefits of digital RVG X-rays, patients can rest assured that they are receiving the best possible care for their dental health.



House of Dentics is proud to offer this Digital RVG X-rays technology to our patients. Direct digital radiography provide a safer, faster, and more efficient way to capture dental images than traditional X-ray methods.

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X-ray generator

This is the device that produces the X-rays necessary to create the image. It consists of a tube that emits X-rays and a control panel that allows the operator to adjust the settings.


Digital sensor

This is a small device that captures the X-rays after they pass through the teeth and sends the image to a computer for processing. The sensor is typically placed inside the patient's mouth and is connected to the X-ray generator by a cable.



This is the device that receives the image data from the digital sensor and processes it to create a high-quality diagnostic image. The computer may be located in the same room as the X-ray generator or in a separate location.



This is the program that controls the processing of the image data and allows the operator to view, manipulate, and store the resulting images. The software may be installed on the same computer as the image processing hardware or on a separate computer.

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This is the display device that allows the operator to view the images produced by the RVG system. The monitor may be located near the X-ray generator or in a separate location.



With a deep understanding of dental anatomy and oral health, We offer expertise in diagnosing and treating a wide range of dental problems



The methodology for diagnosing dental problems typically involves a comprehensive examination of the oral cavity, including visual inspection, patient history, radiographic imaging, and possibly additional tests or consultations



Our experienced dental team is ready to diagnose and provide personalized treatment plans for all your oral health concerns.

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Our Treatment Process


The patient sits in a chair or stands in front of the digital RVG X-ray machine.


The dentist or dental assistant places a small sensor in the patient’s mouth.

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The sensor is connected to the digital RVG X-ray machine, and the machine is activated.


The machine emits a small amount of radiation, which passes through the patient’s teeth and into the sensor.


The sensor captures the X-ray image and sends it to a computer for processing.


The digital image appears on the computer screen within seconds.

Frequently Asked Questions

Digital RVG X-rays are digital radiographs that use electronic sensors to capture images of teeth and surrounding structures.

Digital RVG X-rays use digital sensors, while traditional X-rays use film to capture images. Digital RVG X-rays also provide clearer and more detailed images.

Yes, RVG X-rays are safe and use a lower dose of radiation than traditional X-rays.

Digital RVG X-rays are quick and easy to take and can be done in just a few minutes.

No special preparation is needed for RVG imaging.

No, Digital RVG X-rays are painless and non-invasive.

The frequency of Digital Radio Visio Graphy X-rays depends on individual patient needs and is determined by a dentist.

Digital RVG X-rays provide clearer and more detailed images, require less radiation exposure, and can be easily stored and accessed digitally.

Digital RVG X-rays can be used for most dental procedures, but some specialized procedures may require additional imaging techniques.

Yes, digital RVG X-rays can be used for orthodontic treatment planning, as they provide detailed images of the teeth and surrounding structures.

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