An X-ray is an imaging test that is done using radiation to show your internal organs and bones. They can be used to find fractures, fluid buildup, and more. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how X-rays work, why they are done, and much more.
When to Get Dental X-Rays
Dental X-rays of your teeth, gums, jaw, and other structures are important to oral health. Find out when you need them.
Learn More About Dental X-Rays
WebMD provides an overview of dental diagnostic tests, including what they show about your oral health.
X-Rays and Arthritis
WebMD tells you how X-rays are used to diagnose arthritis.
X-Ray Exams of the Digestive Tract
WebMD explains X-ray tests for digestive problems, including upper and lower GI exams.