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How much radiation are you exposed to from dental paranormic xrays?

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Dr. Larry Gottlieb
Dentistry
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In brief: Not much

The radiation you receive these days from a panoramic x ray or a full mouth of individual xrays is very little.
Especially if the x rays are digital. You get more radiation sitting in an airplane going across the us than from these x rays.

In brief: Not much

The radiation you receive these days from a panoramic x ray or a full mouth of individual xrays is very little.
Especially if the x rays are digital. You get more radiation sitting in an airplane going across the us than from these x rays.
Dr. Larry Gottlieb
Dr. Larry Gottlieb
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Dr. Stephen Gordon
Dentistry

In brief: Very little

With new technology of digital radiography (x-ray) the patient exposure from a single image can be 4x less exposure than with film- based images.
A digital panoramic which can now take a full mouth image in about 10 seconds has extremely low and precise beam exposure.

In brief: Very little

With new technology of digital radiography (x-ray) the patient exposure from a single image can be 4x less exposure than with film- based images.
A digital panoramic which can now take a full mouth image in about 10 seconds has extremely low and precise beam exposure.
Dr. Stephen Gordon
Dr. Stephen Gordon
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