Dental X-Rays in Erie, PA

Dental X-rays - Sleep Dentistry in Erie, PA

Dental X-rays are an important diagnostic tool used by dentists in order to display your teeth, roots, jaw and overall oral structure. Regular dental X-rays are scheduled based on age, a risk of disease as well as presence or symptoms of the disease. Typically, dentists recommend taking X-rays every couple of years. The experienced dentists of Sleep Dentistry can help you avoid future dental problems by keeping up with regular dental X-rays.

Purpose of Dental X-Rays

  • Dental decay
  • Bone irregularities
  • Root pathologies
  • Periodontal disease
  • Eruption of teeth

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