Maximize staff time and revenue with these dental X-ray troubleshooting tips.
It takes a skillful hand and plenty of practice to produce good radiograph images. If conventional radiographs are too light, too dark, stained or spotted, it can mean extra expense and staff time to interpret the results or redo the process, not to mention the risk of a misdiagnosis.
Good results are crucial, as dental radiographs remain an essential part of every oral exam. These radiographs can confirm suspected pathology, help demonstrate the pathology to the client and increase your clinic’s revenue. If digital dental equipment is still on your wish list, try these troubleshooting tips to get the best radiograph results every time.
Light Radiographs with Poor Contrast
Dark Radiographs with Poor Contrast
Spots, Stains or Marks