Digital X-Rays

Digital X-rays are one way we provide convenient care by prioritizing fast and accurate results.

What are Digital X-Rays?

Digital X-Rays provide instant, dynamic images of bones that are normally printed on film.

Digital X-rays have technology that makes them work a little differently from traditional X-rays, but the process is the same. The machine will scan the affected part of your body and the images are usually automatically uploaded to the technician’s computer.

At Aylo Health, we offer Digital X-rays at all of our Primary Care locations, making it more convenient for you to get the care you need, when you need it.
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Digital X-rays use 80% less radiation and produce better-quality images than traditional x-rays

Because digital X-rays are automatically uploaded to a computer, they can be digitally transferred and enhanced — maximizing healthcare efficiency.

Why get a Digital X-ray at Aylo?

Quick & Efficient

This painless and fast procedure is more likely to detect lung tumors than a routine chest X-ray.

Fast Results

All digital x-rays are performed at our state-of-the-art Aylo Health Primary Care offices. Prioritizing fast, accurate results are one way we provide this type of convenient care.

Instant, Dynamic Images

Because digital X-rays are automatically uploaded to a computer, they can be digitally transferred and enhanced, maximizing healthcare efficiency.

Skilled Team

Our team of providers and technicians is skilled at performing a variety of digital x-rays and will keep you comfortable in the process.

Very quick & prompt staff, they answered all my husband’s questions and addressed his concerns. Will be and continue to be a regular patient with this office.

- Joshua K. | Aylo Patient

Digital X-rays made easy

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I wear for a digital X-ray?

You will be asked to remove any jewelry or metal items; however, digital X-rays require minimal preparation. You may want to wear loose clothing.

Does a digital X-ray require contrast dye?

Some X-rays require the use of a contrast dye so that certain parts of your X-ray will show up in a different color. The dye will be injected into you or given to you by mouth. Your doctor or the technician will provide you with more specific instructions about contrast material prior to your appointment if your X-ray.

How soon will I be able to see the results?

Images are available within a few minutes but your doctor will take time to review them and then schedule a follow-up appointment to discuss the results.

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