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Dexis Digital X-Rays

Dental Radiographs (x-rays) are an essential part of your dental health. They are a preventative and diagnostic tool that provide valuable information that is not always visible during a routine dental exam. All of our providers utilize this information to diagnosis dental abnormalities and complete a precise treatment plan. Without radiographs, problem areas may go undetected.

Dental Radiographs Can Reveal

  • Abscessed Teeth or Cysts
  • Periodontal Bone loss
  • Tumors (Cancerous & Non- Cancerous)
  • Tooth Decay
  • Developmental abnormalities

By detecting these dental issues along with the proper treatment, at an early stage, can not only save you time and financial burden but also eliminate unnecessary dental discomfort and ultimately save your teeth!

Digital Radiographs in Naples, Fl

How Often Should Dental X-Rays Be Taken?

Every patient’s needs are different. However, the need for dental radiographs will depend on each patient’s individual dental health needs. One of our dentists and/or dental hygienists will be more than happy to discuss your recommended x-rays based on the review of your medical and dental history, dental exams, signs and symptoms, age consideration, and risk for disease.

A Full Mouth Series (also known as an FMX) of digital radiographs is recommended for all new patients. A full series is typically good for three to five years depending on the patient. Bite-Wing Radiographs (x-rays of top and bottom teeth biting together) are recommended to be taken at least once a year at your routine (check-up) visits to detect new dental problems and reevaluate existing issues.

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Practice Policy Update Regarding COVID-19 View Update


To all of our dear patients, families and friends, through issuance of Executive Order 20-72, Gov. Ron DeSantis has mandated the prohibition of any medically unnecessary, non-urgent or non-emergency procedure or surgery in the State of Florida. All non-essential elective medical and surgical procedures, including dental procedures, are included. It is the official declaration of a public health emergency, which was filed on March 9 and expires 60 days from then:

May 8.

In compliance with this new law, we are temporary closing our practice until May 8th. We are only seeing patients of record who are in acute pain or have acute infection. As always, will be available for any PATIENT OF RECORD via phone or e-mail to answer any questions and guide you if any dental issue arises

As the world better understands and reacts to the impacts of COVID-19, the health, safety and well-being of our employees and patients remains our top priority.

During these uncertain times, we hope that you and your family stay safe and healthy!

- BayView Dental Arts; Providers and Management Team