Digital radiography, a form of X-ray imaging that uses digital sensors in place of traditional photographic film, is a type. Digital radiography bypasses chemical processes and can transfer images digitally. It uses less radiation to produce images similar to those produced by traditional radiography.
Digital Radiography (DR or DX) basically captures the X-ray image digitally without the need for film. A device can be used instead of film to digitally capture the image, then record it, and then access it digitally as a file. The customer can save the file and use it for different purposes. The advantages of this type over the traditional are the speed at which it processes images. It also has a wider range, which is better for cases of over- and under-exposure. This unique image processing technique improves the image’s quality.