Digital Veterinary X-Rays
in the Hamptons and East End of Long Island
At Westhampton Beach Animal Hospital, we prioritize the safety and well-being of your pet. If your pet requires an X-ray, rest assured that we offer the latest and safest digital radiography technology.
Common Reasons for Pet Digital X-Rays
- Suspected trauma
- Evaluation of broken bones
- Assessment for cancer
- Detection of abdominal obstructions or foreign objects
- Checking for pneumonia, arthritis, lung disease, muscle problems
- Evaluating skeletal issues or tumors
Frequently Asked Questions
What sets digital pet x-rays apart from conventional film x-rays?
Digital pet x-rays offer superior image quality compared to regular film x-rays, allowing for more precise and accurate diagnoses by veterinary specialists. With digital x-rays, results are available instantly, allowing for faster diagnosis and treatment. Additionally, digital radiography exposes pets to less radiation compared to film x-rays, making it safer for your furry friend.
Can digital x-rays harm my pet?
Digital x-rays are generally considered safe for pets. The radiation exposure from digital x-rays is typically minimal, and the benefits of accurate diagnosis and effective treatment outweigh the risks. Digital radiography also allows for lower radiation doses compared to traditional film x-rays, making it safer for your pet.
Will my pet experience pain during a digital x-ray?
Digital x-rays are painless. The process is non-invasive and typically well-tolerated by pets.
For more information on digital x-ray services for your pet, feel free to contact us.