Why Digital X-Rays?
W.C. Röntgen reported the discovery of X-rays in December 1895 after seven weeks of assiduous work during which he had studied the properties of this new type of radiation able to go through screens of notable thickness. He named them X-rays to underline the fact that their nature was unknown. Little has changed in how X-ray is produced. The main improvements have been due to better cassettes and films which contribute to lower dose of X-ray necessary.
Digital cassettes have replaced the old film and cassettes. This allows us to obtain more clear images of your skeletal system often with less radiation.