• Pediatric Dental Care
  • Corina Ramirez D.D.S.

1075 Via Verde, San Dimas CA 91773

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Digital Dental X-rays

Digital Dental X-rays

At our state of the art dental office, one of the many modern ways we provide a pleasant dental experience is through the use of digital dental X-rays. Thanks to digital dental X-rays, Dr. Ramirez can accurately detect and diagnose any dental issues your child may have.

Digital Dental X-rays San Dimas

What is a digital dental X-ray?

A digital dental X-ray, also known as a radiograph, is a valuable diagnostic tool that gives us the ability to diagnose dental problems not visible to the naked eye.

During a digital X-ray, Dr. Ramirez gently inserts a small digital sensor into your child's mouth. The sensor is connected to a computer by a thin, unobtrusive wire and captures high quality images, allowing us to see even the smallest cavities much easier.

Once the X-ray is taken, the image is projected on a screen for viewing. This process is pain-free and we strive to make it as comfortable as possible for your child.

Benefits of Digital X-rays

  • Shorter dental appointments - results are almost instant and highly accurate
  • Enhanced imaging - images can be enlarged, adjusted and optimized in a variety of ways to give a high level of details
  • Highly effective - can help reveal a variety of dental related issues
  • Safe and convenient - exposes your child to less radiation than a standard Xray
At Pediatric Dental Care, located in San Dimas, we use digital dental X-rays to provide your child with a precise diagnosis and a pain-free, comfortable dental experience.

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Meet Dr. Corina Ramirez, DDS, FAAPD
Pediatric Dentist in San Dimas, CA

Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry
Dr. Ramirez has been in the field of dentistry since 1986. She received her doctor of dental surgery from USC, where she graduated in the top four percent of her class. She received pediatric specialty training at UCLA, where she also served as the chief resident of the class of 2006.

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