We believe that Digital X-rays are much safer compared to traditional x-rays since they reduce the amount of radiation that the patient is exposed to. Modern Digital X-rays also make it simpler and easier to transfer, share and enhance images.
Digital X-rays can be used for all routine procedures and have the following advantages:
Faster Turn-around Time
Reduced Radiation Exposure
Enable Quicker Diagnosis and Treatment
We rely on diagnostic ultrasound, also called sonography, to capture live images of structures inside a patient’s body. It’s an excellent imaging technique which uses high-frequency sound waves to produce detailed images which enable us to arrive at accurate diagnoses and treatments for a variety of diseases and conditions.
We conduct the examinations by using an ultrasound device outside the patient’s body. There are a number of reasons why we need to use ultrasound. Some of them include the necessity to view the uterus and ovaries during pregnancy, monitoring the developing baby's health, diagnosis of gallbladder disease, blood flow evaluation, breast lump examination and more.