FAIRFIELD, OH, December 14, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/
-- In dentistry, technology is constantly advancing and it is vital to remain on the cutting edge. Remaining up-to-date with constant advancements, Dr. Andrew Dine, Fairfield family dentist
, is excited to offer digital x-rays for improved patient care. Transitioning from film to digital, Dr. Dine offers his patients a better diagnosis tool to aide in treatment planning of various dental conditions.
The use of digital x-rays allows Dr. Dine, family dentist in Fairfield
, to view a patient's x-rays immediately, right in front of them. With digital x-rays, film is replaced with a flat electronic pad or sensor. The x-rays hit the pad the same way they hit the film, but instead of having to develop the film in a dark room, the image is electronically sent directly to a computer where the image appears on the screen. This image can then be stored on the computer or printed out.
"My patients can now benefit from advanced technology to aide in faster, proper diagnosis and treatment. Digital x-rays allow me to show my patients their results right there, without having to wait for another visit. Dentists worldwide have already experienced the benefits of digital x-rays and now my patients can do the same," said Dr. Andrew Dine, Fairfield root canal
Digital dental x-rays are pictures of the teeth, bones, and soft tissues around them to help find problems with the teeth, mouth, and jaw. Dr. Andrew Dine, Fairfield dentures
dentist, is pleased to offer digital x-rays, which utilize a small sensor unit to send pictures to a computer to be recorded and saved. Digital x-rays can show cavities, hidden dental structures, and bone loss that cannot be seen during a visual examination. They may also be done as a follow-up after dental treatments.
With this recent advancement in dentistry, Dr. Dine, Fairfield teeth whitening
dentist, can now offer safer dental care with decreased radiation exposure and increased results. Many people require x-rays on a regular basis so that their dental condition can be monitored closely. Exactly how often this happens will depend on a patient's medical and dental history and current condition.
For over 35 years, Dr. Andrew Dine, dentist in Fairfield, OH
, has been providing quality dental care for his community. With the use of digital dental x-rays, Dr. Dine can further ensure accuracy and proper diagnosis when examining his patients' teeth.
About Dr. Andrew Dine: Dr. Andrew Dine is a solo practitioner whom established his dental practice in 1976. With 36 years of experience, Dr. Dine focuses on helping patients achieve healthy teeth and gums for a lifetime, and offers an array of services, including teeth whitening, root canal therapy, and dentures, among others. Dr. Andrew Dine graduated from the University of Cincinnati in 1971 with a Bachelor of Science degree and from Case Western Reserve University School of Dentistry in 1976-opening his practice shortly after. He is also a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry, which is a prestigious award that is only given to dentists who have taken 500 hours of continuing education and have passed a 7-hour written examination on all phases of dentistry.
Dr. Andrew Dine
1251 Nilles Rd. #16
Fairfield, OH 45014