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WHY XRAYS? To see is to KNOW and we won’t GUESS about your health. If you are in the dental field, or a hygienist like me, you know some patients don’t want to get radiographs. I made this sign so you can put in your office or op to help patients realize why we really do need to take films! I hope this helps ❤️ If you would rather have a digital file to print on your own visit here https://www.etsy.com/listing/907813787/dental-x-ray-sign-dental-printable-sign?ref=shop_home_active_1 If you…
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