To get the fastest, clearest, and easiest-to-share X-rays, Clinton Veterinary Hospital now uses digital radiography—or digital X-rays.
Some of your pet’s medical conditions diagnosed by digital X-ray technology include:
- Bone fracture
- Joint condition
- Dental disease
- Heart disease
- Kidney disease
- Liver disease
Why Digital X-Rays Work Best
Digital radiography is not dependent on those awkward slides you are used to seeing from X-ray machines. Images are digital, and that means clear. It gives us the best possible image of your dog’s or cat’s insides, whether we are taking images for dental, orthopedic, or internal medicine purposes.
Time is of the essence when it comes to keeping your pet still for an X-ray. A second saved could be the difference between a clear image and a blurry one. Digital X-ray technology makes it easier to get a clear shot, avoiding a redo.
Not having to wait for the chemical process of developing traditional X-rays also saves diagnostic time. That means your pet will be on the mend even faster.
Digital X-rays also make it easier to share those images with your regular veterinarian and any other specialist needing a closer look at your pet’s condition. No more large, clunky envelopes. Email, flash drives, and cloud storage do the trick today.
We can answer any questions you may have about digital radiography any time. No need to wait until you actually need them.