King House Dental may be located in a historic landmark, but it has been transformed to include all of the latest and greatest dental technologies of today. Dr. Steve Tatevossian has spared no expense to ensure that our examinations include the most advanced digital imaging available so that we can offer the best outlook for our patients. By using digital X-rays during dental exams, our team of dental experts are able to catch and treat dental problems early. Also known as digital radiographs, digital X-rays allow Dr. Tatevossian to see various layers within the mouth, well beyond the surface of the teeth and gums to diagnose gum disease, decay, soft tissue defects, bone loss, cysts, and much more. Once a dental problem is caught early, treatment can begin to repair and restore the mouth back to optimal health.
"I Really Enjoy going to King House Dental... The staff are really friendly and honest on every visit."- P.B. / Yelp / Jan 17, 2017
"King house dental has been my dental provider for over a decade and I've never felt so comfortable anywhere else. They're truly so kind, professional, efficient, and trustworthy. Dr. T is exceptional as is his entire staff. I cannot recommend this office more highly... I used to be terrified of the dentist- you can trust that with king house dental you're in great hands with nothing to fear."- B.B. / Yelp / Jan 07, 2020
"I love King House Dental. They are truly amazing. I live in Big Bear and to me it’s totally worth the drive. I recently just got my veneers done and I couldn’t be more pleased with the outcome. I can’t stop smiling 😁 Thank you so much King House Dental❤️ You guys rock !!!"- A.Z. / Facebook / Oct 30, 2019
"I have to say kudos to Dr. T for running such a patient friendly practice. The great experience started with Heather who took my call and made my first appointment. The hygienist (I think it was Emily) was informative, funny and made me feel so comfortable. Dr. T was personable, reassuring and so easy to talk to. I haven't had great experiences in the past, this was by far the best dentist & team that I have been to. My first appointment was yesterday and I already referred 2 of my coworkers! Oh and the place is spotless! Beautiful historic home that it is obvious that they take great pride in. :)"- L.S. / Yelp / Oct 04, 2019
"If you are looking for the perfect dentist stop looking because this is the place to go. The office staff is very friendly and helpful, they make you feel like family!!!!!Dr. T as they call him, can calm your nerves and instill great confidence in everything he will be doing.They take the time to explain in detail all processes and procedures that will be done.I have been to many dentists in my time but King House Dental Group will be the last.Thank you all...."- L.S. / Google / Sep 13, 2019
Digital X-rays usually take about 5 – 10 minutes to complete with very little discomfort to the patient. Once the teeth are cleaned and polished, the dental hygienist or assistant will take the needed X-rays with the digital equipment and upload it to the computer where the dentist and patient can discuss any areas of concerns during the dental examination.
As a preventative procedure, digital X-rays and dental exams are usually covered by dental insurance, so our front office will contact the patient’s insurance to determine any out-of-pockets costs.
Digital X-rays are almost instantly viewable on the computer by the dentist and patient. The dentist can assess the current images and compare them to past X-rays to see if problems are developing. The dentist will go over any concerns found on the X-rays with the patient and discuss measures to prevent further problems or treat existing conditions.
While digital X-rays use much less radiation than traditional X-rays, patients are still protected with a lead apron. Patients who are pregnant or breastfeeding should tell the dentist at the beginning of the appointment so extra precautions can be used.
Types of X-Rays?
Most patients will have a series of digital X-rays taken, including periapical views to show the entire length of the tooth, bite-wing images of the lower and upper back teeth, a panoramic view of the entire teeth, jaws, and sinuses, and some patients may need a view of the bite, known as the occlusal view.
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Digital X-rays during your annual dental exam at King House Dental can help you and Dr. Tatevossian improve your oral health. For more information on digital X-rays or to schedule your dental exam, call or email our office in Redlands, CA today.