Milwaukee Area Dentist Tony Cigno Releases New Article Covering Dental X-Ray Safety

Milwaukee area dentist Dr. Tony Cigno discusses the safety of dental x-rays today and how dentists can assure dental x-ray safety.

Greenfield, WI — September 6, 2017 — Wisconsin Dentist Tony Cigno recently published an article titled, “Dental X-Ray Safety: Are Dental X-Rays Really Safe?

In a previous article, Dr. Tony Cigno outlined the different types of x-rays typically performed in a dental office. As a follow up, this article covers dental x-ray safety. Dr. Cigno felt this was an important topic to cover because it is a question on the mind of many today.

He says, “The benefits of dental x-rays are well-known and accepted at this point. Yet, it’s important for peace of mind that you understand dental x-ray safety too.”

Dr. Cigno re-emphasizes in this piece, as he did in the last one, that x-rays are so important because it’s the only way a dentist can see (or know) what is going on in the far corners of your mouth and in and below your gums.

As he states, “Without dental x-rays, it’s very likely people would experience a great deal more issues with their teeth, gums, and jaw—and probably more pain too!”

Consequently, because dental x-rays are so necessary, dental x-ray safety has long been on the mind of dental professionals. While dental x-rays have always been among the safest radiographs that exist, they continue to become even safer with recent innovations and advances.

Dr. Cigno also says he has been writing a lot about x-rays recently because he feels it’s important for his patients – and others – to fully understand not only how necessary they are, but how incredibly safe they are too.

From there, he explains exactly why this is so—why he can assure that dental x-rays are safe for your entire family. For example—lower-than-ever x-ray doses and new-and-improved film that can process faster, requiring less radiation exposure overall.

The entire article can be found here:

About Dr. Tony Cigno:

Milwaukee Dentist Dr. Antonio (Tony) Cigno has been practicing dentistry for 25 years. He received a DMD from the Washington University School of Dental Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri. Dr. Cigno is also finishing a Fellowship and Mastership at the Academy of General Dentistry.

Additionally, he has written and published several articles and is a member of the Academy of General Dentistry, American Association of Functional Orthodontics, and the International Association of Orthodontics. Dr. Cigno was Wisconsin’s very 1st and Premiere Provider of Fastbraces and one of 10 senior master affiliates in the world.

Committed to continuing education, Dr. Cigno has completed over 600 hours of additional courses in implant dentistry, orthodontics, endodontics, periodontics, fixed prosthodontics, myofascial pain/occlusion and operative dentistry. He also has another 400 hours in interpersonal communication training.

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