PRACTICE LOCATION

 

Practice Location

Level 2
36 Station Road
Indooroopilly QLD 4068
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OPENING HOURS

 

Opening hours

Monday 9am to 7pm
Tuesday 9am to 5pm
Wednesday 8am to 5pm
Thursday 8am to 5pm
Friday 8am to 4pm
Closed Weekends and Public Holidays

  CONTACT

 

info@rivercitydental.com.au
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(07) 3667 9595
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Practice Location

Level 2
36 Station Road
Indooroopilly QLD 4068
Get directions

Opening hours

Monday 9am to 7pm
Tuesday 9am to 5pm
Wednesday 8am to 5pm
Thursday 8am to 5pm
Friday 8am to 4pm
Closed Weekends and Public Holidays

info@rivercitydental.com.au
Email us

(07) 3667 9595
Call us

Practice Location

Level 2
36 Station Road
Indooroopilly QLD 4068
Get directions

Opening hours

Monday 9am to 7pm
Tuesday 9am to 5pm
Wednesday 8am to 5pm
Thursday 8am to 5pm
Friday 8am to 4pm
Closed Weekends and Public Holidays

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Dental X-Rays

At River City Dental, we utilize state-of-the-art technology to provide high-quality dental x-rays for our patients. X-rays are a crucial part of diagnosing and treating dental problems, as they allow us to see between the teeth, inside the teeth and in the jaw under the gumline and identify issues that may not be visible to the naked eye.

We offer several types of dental x-rays, including digital bite wing x-rays and 3D CBCT (Cone Beam Computed Tomography) xrays. Digital x-rays emit less radiation and produce high-resolution images that can be easily stored and shared with other dental professionals. We also use panoramic OPG x-rays, which provide a comprehensive view of the entire mouth, including the teeth, jaw, and sinuses.

During your appointment, our dentists will determine which type of x-ray is best for you based on your individual needs and dental history. We take every precaution to ensure your comfort and safety during the x-ray process.

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At River City Dental, we utilize state-of-the-art technology to provide high-quality dental x-rays for our patients. X-rays are a crucial part of diagnosing and treating dental problems, as they allow us to see between the teeth, inside the teeth and in the jaw under the gumline and identify issues that may not be visible to the naked eye.

We offer several types of dental x-rays, including digital bite wing x-rays and 3D CBCT (Cone Beam Computed Tomography) xrays. Digital x-rays emit less radiation and produce high-resolution images that can be easily stored and shared with other dental professionals. We also use panoramic OPG x-rays, which provide a comprehensive view of the entire mouth, including the teeth, jaw, and sinuses.

During your appointment, our dentists will determine which type of x-ray is best for you based on your individual needs and dental history. We take every precaution to ensure your comfort and safety during the x-ray process.

Go to our contact page to schedule an appointment, or to talk to one of our friendly professionals for more information

Some frequently asked questions about dental x-rays:

How often do I need dental x-rays?

The frequency of dental x-rays depends on your individual needs and dental history. For example, if you have a high risk of cavities or gum disease, you may need x-rays more frequently than someone with a low risk. During your regular check-up and cleaning appointments, our dentists will determine how often you need x-rays. Generally bite wing xrays are taken every two years to check for decay between the teeth not visible by the naked eye.

Are dental x-rays safe?

Yes, dental x-rays are safe. The amount of radiation emitted during a dental x-ray is minimal and poses very little risk to your health. Our digital x-rays emit even less radiation than traditional film x-rays.

What do dental x-rays show?

Dental x-rays allow our dentists to see inside your teeth and jaw and identify issues such as cavities, abscesses, impacted teeth, and bone loss. They also help us to plan and monitor treatment for orthodontic and endodontic procedures.

How long does a dental x-ray take?

A dental x-ray typically takes only a few minutes to complete.

Can I still get a dental x-ray if I'm pregnant?

If you are pregnant, it is important to inform our dentists. They may recommend postponing non-emergency dental x-rays until after your pregnancy. In case of emergency, they will take all necessary precautions to ensure the safety of you and your baby.

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Dental Warnings:
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding with this treatment option, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner. River City Dental only provides care suitable to the individual patient, as no one dental treatment is suitable for each and every patient. Informed consent must be given by the patient after suitability for the dental treatment has been confirmed at extensive examination and consultation appointments. All photographs shown on this website are actual patients treated by Dr John Bacalakis and are for general purposes only. Individual patient results will vary.

River City Dental Dentist Brisbane Dr John Bacalakis

(07) 3667 9595

info@rivercitydental.com.au

Practice Location
River City Dental Indooroopilly
Level 2
36 Station Road
Indooroopilly QLD 4068

Opening Hours
Monday9am to 7pm
Tuesday9am to 5pm
Wednesday8am to 5pm
Thursday8am to 5pm
Friday8am to 4pm
Closed Weekends and Public Holidays

(07) 3667 9595

info@rivercitydental.com.au

Practice Location
River City Dental Indooroopilly
Level 2
36 Station Road
Indooroopilly QLD 4068

Opening Hours
Monday9am to 7pm
Tuesday9am to 5pm
Wednesday8am to 5pm
Thursday8am to 5pm
Friday8am to 4pm
Closed Weekends and Public Holidays