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Get the most advanced imaging technology for your dental practice with a new or refurbished digital dental panoramic X-ray machines (or digital pano) from DuraPro Health. When it comes to providing the best services and accurate diagnoses, a quality X-ray system is essential. Digital X-ray machines provide the fast results and detailed images you need to give your patients the best care possible. Panoramic imaging is another advancement that allows dentists to deliver even more accurate diagnoses for every patient. Learn more about digital X-ray machines to make sure you find the right fit for your practice.

Benefits of Digital Panoramic X-Rays

Today, traditional film X-rays are quickly becoming obsolete in dental practices. In fact, the introduction of digital dental X-ray panoramic machines has revolutionized the way dentists get the images they need.

Film imaging takes time to develop and requires more equipment and chemicals to use. Digital X-ray machines offer a far more streamlined alternative. With digital X-rays, images are ready right after exposure, have zoom capabilities for better visibility and more precise diagnosis, and can be stored in a digital file for easy reference and recordkeeping. Another benefit is that digital technology helps reduce radiation exposure: About 70% less radiation exposure is required to produce a quality image with digital X-rays than with traditional X-rays. This makes “going digital” the safer option for both patients and staff.

Dentists also appreciate that digital imaging is more environmentally friendly than traditional X-ray imaging due to the lack of chemicals involved in the process. In addition, it’s cheaper; typical digital panoramic machine costs are more budget friendly than those of traditional film X-ray machines.

Digital panoramic X-ray machines are one solution for assessing your patients’ dental health via digital imaging. This technology allows you to view all of the patient’s teeth, as well as the full jaw, nasal cavity and temporomandibular joints (TMJ). This perspective lets you pinpoint cavities, cracks and fractures, examine gum disease and determine if an infection has passed from a tooth to the jawbone, allowing for more tailored treatment plans.

Discount Dental Digital Panoramic X-Ray Machines Price

You don’t necessarily have to buy new in order to get a high-quality, reliable panoramic X-ray system with convenient digital imaging for your practice. With our selection of certified pre-owned pan machines, dental professionals are actually able to save even more on this exciting technology. Our refurbished machines cost less than new models by 40% to 60%, allowing you to make the most of your practice’s budget.

We evaluate all refurbished equipment, examining parts and the electrical system to make repairs or replace components as needed. All imaging equipment is restored to like-new operation and appearance, so you can be assured of its quality.

If you’re looking for digital panoramic X-ray machines for sale, shop DuraPro Health to get low prices without sacrificing quality and performance. Our comprehensive selection of technologically advanced systems, including panoramic, cephalometric and 3D CBCT systems, makes it easy to find an option for dental X-ray equipment that suits not only the needs of your practice but also your budget.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What do panoramic dental X-ray machines show?

Panoramic dental X-ray machines show a full view of the entire mouth. This means that a single image shows both the upper jaw and the lower jaw and includes teeth and surrounding tissues. If the patient has dental structures, those also show up on the image.

What is the difference between panoramic X-rays and full-mouth X-rays?

The panoramic X-ray shows an image of the upper and lower teeth and jaws. However, this type of X-ray uses less radiation and only captures a 2D image. It can show such issues as impacted teeth, bone fractures, infections and tumors. It cannot produce good-quality images of cavities. Alternatively, a full-mouth dental X-ray captures individual images of certain areas of the mouth. This type of X-ray typically includes a series of bitewing and periapical images. The full-mouth X-ray offers extensive detail that can be used to determine treatment options.

How safe are panoramic dental X-rays?

Panoramic dental X-rays do expose patients to a small amount of radiation. However, this radiation does not stay in your body after the X-ray exam. Panoramic dental X-rays are generally considered very safe as long as proper safety precautions are taken. For example, you may be asked to wear a lead apron to shield the rest of your body from radiation exposure.

Can dental X-rays show nerve damage?

Because an X-ray does not produce images of soft tissue, it cannot show nerve damage. However, an X-ray can pick up the image of a dead nerve that has already caused damage to the tip of a root, and dentists can ask patients specific questions to find out if they are experiencing signs of nerve damage. These symptoms include pain when the tooth is exposed to cold or hot temperatures, sharp tooth pain and discomfort when eating.

Do tooth infections show up on X-rays?

In a way, yes; an X-ray may show evidence of bone loss, which is an indicator of infection.

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