Digital Imaging Technology
Digital imaging reduces radiation exposure to the patient and offers quick, convenient image acquisition, viewing and storage, and eliminates darkroom processing, which may lead to film-based errors. Technology supporting digital dental radiology began in France in 1984. An article describing direct digital imaging technology was first published in United States dental literature in 1989. Since then, digital imaging technology has evolved with improvements in sensor design, computer software, hardware packages, and technical support.
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