Digital X-Rays

Comprehensive dental care for a healthy mouth and life

Sometimes oral health issues go beyond what can be seen by the naked eye. We provide digital x-rays to go deeper and give you the most comprehensive dental care available.

Why choose us for your dental care?




Digital X-Rays

We use state of the art digital X-rays and digital cameras to help with an accurate diagnosis of any concerns. Digital X-rays use less radiation to get a diagnostic picture of your teeth and they help the environment by eliminating the use of chemicals to process the film.

We strive to provide the most extensive oral care possible by using the most advanced technology and techniques. Our highly trained professionals are dedicated to ensuring your oral health reaches or stays at its peak. Digital x-rays at Allen Dental Associates will:

  • Use the best available technology to expose potential or current oral health concerns
  • Be fast and painless
  • Less dangerous than typical x-rays that are developed on film

Digital X-rays work by using digital cameras to get a view of the mouth that cannot be seen with the naked eye. This type of X-ray reduces risk to the patient compared to typical X-rays by eliminating the chemicals used to produce film.

Digital X-rays expose potential or current threats to your oral health. We may use these X-rays to determine possible treatment options or to simply ensure that your mouth is staying healthy. Digital X-rays are for you if:

  • You are concerned about your oral health but there are no visible problems
  • You want to regularly keep tabs on your teeth to ensure they stay healthy for as long as possible

Frequently Asked Questions

Are Digital X-rays dangerous?

At Allen Dental Associates, we use digital X-rays because they reduce your exposure to radiation. Compared to generic X-rays, digital ones reduce your risk and provide an excellent picture of your mouth.

Is the process painful?

Digital X-rays are completely painless. We can quickly and effectively get the pictures we need while ensuring optimal patient comfort.

Will my X-rays be covered by my insurance?

Insurance varies on a case-by-case basis. The best way to find out exactly what you’re covered for is to call your provider. However, X-rays are typically covered under routine checkups.

(781) 843-1072

382 Grove Street
Braintree, MA 02184

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Wed: 7am – 6 pm
Thurs: 7am – 8 pm
Fri: 8:30am – 3:30 pm
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