What is a Facial Bone X-Ray?

Facial Bones X-Ray may be performed to assess damage to the facial bones as well as the source of pain and discomfort to the area. Women who are or may be pregnant should tell their doctor before having an X-ray.

Who should get this test?

Facial Bone X-Ray is usually ordered by doctors if you have these indications:

  • swelling
  • bruising
  • tenderness
  • some visible deformity

Is there radiation involved?

Yes. X-ray is an imaging test which involves a small amount of radiation to show pictures of the organs, tissues, and bones of the body.

When will I receive my results?

Once completed, you will receive your results within 3-5 business days in your LabFinder portal.

How do I prepare? Do I need to fast?

Please refer to the simple preparation guidelines or consult with your doctor or radiology center where you are being treated. Do not forget to bring your LabFinder Order and Insurance Card to your appointment.

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