X-Ray Facility for Pets

Radnor Veterinary Hospital announced that the practice is
now using digital radiography to take a pet’s dental x-rays. Digital dental
x-rays allow veterinarians to view bone and tooth root changes that would
otherwise not be visible with an oral exam. These x-rays will also assist in
the diagnosis of tooth root abbesses, pulpits (tooth nerve inflammation),
endodontic disease, and resorptive lesions. Digital x-rays are easier for
veterinarians to administer than traditional x-rays and also safer for pets, say
Wayne veterinarians Dr. Len Donato, Dr. Becky Ehrlich, Dr. Carla Germano, and
Dr. Stephen Meister.

Digital dental x-rays are making it easier for veterinarians
to detect oral health problems, including common dental problems that would not
otherwise visible through an oral exam alone. Wayne PA veterinarian Dr. Len
Donato announced his veterinary hospital now offers these digital x-rays as
part of a pet’s regular dental examination.

Source: globenewswire

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