Kansas Dental Board
Yes, patients have the right to a copy of their medical records. The following Kansas statute describes the costs the provider can charge for the records. A dentist refusing to provide these records is against the public health statutes, and could be seen as an issue with the dental board, since, denying them their records could delay their treatment by another dentist. KSA 65-4971. Same; copies of health care records; authorization; health care provider withholding; fees.
American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry - Pediatric Oral Hea...
There is very little risk in dental X-rays. Pediatric dentists are especially careful to limit the amount of radiation to which children are exposed. Lead aprons and high-speed film are used to ensure safety and minimize the amount of radiation.
Oak Park Pediatric Dentistry - Our Most Frequently Asked Que...
Radiographs (X-Rays) are a vital and necessary part of your child's dental diagnostic process. Without them, certain dental conditions can and will be missed. X-Ray's detect much more than cavities. For example, X-Rays may be needed to survey erupting teeth, diagnose bone diseases, evaluate the results of an injury, or plan orthodontic treatment. X-Rays allow dentists to diagnose and treat health conditions that cannot be detected during a clinical examination.
Madison Dental Group PC - Dentistry - FAQ's
No, our equipment is state of the art and minimizes patient exposure. We use the most advanced digital X-ray technique. The office follows ADA guidelines as to the frequency of radiographs. X-rays are never automatically taken, the decision is based upon clinical experience. All our units have filters and we use the fastest film speed possible. Additionally, you will be covered with a lead apron decreasing your exposure to negligible levels.
Dr. Brandon, tigard oregon | FAQ
There is very little risk from receiving dental X-rays. Our state-of-the-art technology utilizes a fraction of the radiation used in the past. X-rays are highly valuable to find hidden decay, tumors and determine growth patterns. » Return to Top
ADA.org: You & Your Dentist Frequently Asked Questions
Talk with your dentist about getting a copy of your dental records. Dentists covered by the HIPAA privacy rule are required to provide patients with a copy of their records and state law may also apply.
www.mercedesrazo.com - Mercedes F. Razo, DDS - Frequently As...
Fortunately, the dose of radiation you are exposed to during the taking of X-rays is extremely small. Even with the newest advancements in safety, it should be kept in mind, however, that the effects of radiation are added together over a lifetime. So every little bit of radiation you receive from all sources counts.
English Rows Dental Group
Our office follows ADA guidelines as to the frequency of radiographs. The equipment at English Rows Dental Group is state-of-the-art and minimizes patient exposure. All our units have filters and we use the fastest film possible. Additionally, you will be covered with a lead apron decreasing your exposure to negligible levels. back to top
Questions and Answers.
The danger would be a slight increase in the risk of cancer. But, from a health standpoint, dental x rays have a much bigger benefit than risk. You will notice though, that your dentist and dental hygienist will not stay in the same room as you, for there is no reason for them to receive doses several times a day, 5 days a week. Their leaving and the lead apron that you may be asked to wear are measures to reduce all of the doses so that they are as low as reasonably achievable.
Manchester Physio - FAQs - Mobile Physiotherapy service, qua...
Any relevant information abour condition will help the Physiotherapist make an informed assessment, so if possible please have x-rays and notes on hand.