What is x-ray?
X-ray, also called radiography, is the most widespread imaging procedure that exists in medicine.
Because your health is very important to us, we have installed one of the most modern digital X-ray machines in our practice. The radiation exposure of this device is low, whereas the image quality is extremely high.
When is a radiography successful?
Radiography is especially good for the diagnosis of bones. For example, it could represent the injuries or the joint harm.
An X-ray image usually takes no more than a second and is completely painless.
What do I have to pay attention to when taking an X-ray?
Due to the mild radiation exposure, a lead apron is placed on each patient prior to x-rays, reflecting the escaping rays and thus protecting the rest of the body.
In addition, each patient should not wear any metal objects on the body during radiography, as these can affect the quality of the X-ray image.