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HIGH QUALITY DENTAL X RAYS WITH A FAST TURNAROUND
Welcome to Northwest Radiography, a prescription dental imaging laboratory.
Our Bellevue lab serves the Seattle and Puget Sound Region.
With 30+ years experience in the field of dental radiography, we deliver the best every time.
Our prescription services allow you to choose a CBCT, panoramic, skull view radiographs or digital photographs.
NWR insures you get the safest, most accurate, dental x rays with the least amount of radiation exposure. Get the lowest cost possible and prompt turnaround to your dentist. NWR is the leader in the field of Radiography and offers the best in traditional dental x rays, dental photos and CBCT’s in Washington State.
CONE BEAM 3D DENTAL IMAGING
i-CAT provides a balance between image quality and dose
We are very proud to offer the latest in 3D CT x ray technology. To find out more about iCAT scans, please click the button below!
OUR DENTAL SERVICES
Our technicians at Northwest Radiography are trained to provide your office accurate dental x rays, with the best customer service and at a low cost, too.
Clinical photographs correlate to the x ray images taken from the same angle. These digital photographs greatly aid in your treatment planning experience.
Cone Beam CT scans provide the highest level of diagnostic data for your treatment planning. CBCT is perfect for orthodontics, implant planning and TMJ treatment.
NEWS & VIEWS
Difference Between MRI and CT Scan
The Difference between MRI and CT Scan The difference between MRI and CT scan is one of patient experience and image results. A few details are shared, which is what makes it confusing. Both of the machines use rotating parts to take images from 360 degrees around the body. They both get images of the soft…
What is a CT Scan
What is a CT Scan in dentistry? CT stands for Computerized Tomography. It has several names that mean the same thing. It is also called a CAT, iCat, iVision, Cone beam, and Cone beam CT. A CAT scan is done using Computerized Axial Tomography. That means an arm swings around your head shooting x ray…