X-rays are a form of electromagnetic radiation that has many uses in various fields, including medicine, dentistry, and industry. The primary use of X-rays is in medical imaging, where they are used to diagnose and monitor a range of medical conditions, including broken bones, dental problems, and lung problems such as pneumonia and tuberculosis. Some of the benefits of X-rays include their ability to provide detailed images of internal structures, allowing doctors to make accurate diagnoses and plan appropriate treatments. X-rays are non-invasive and relatively quick, making them an ideal tool for routine medical screenings. They are also widely available and relatively inexpensive. In addition to medical uses, X-rays are used in industry to inspect metal objects for cracks, voids, and other defects, as well as to measure the thickness of materials. They are also used in scientific research to study the structure of atoms and molecules, among other things. However, it is important to note that X-rays can be harmful in large doses and should only be used when necessary and with appropriate safety measures in place to protect both patients and medical personnel. In our facility, we have an x-ray imaging center in the Fairview Heights location as well as an x-ray imaging center in St. Louis. There are many radiology centers nearby, but Atlas Diagnostic Imaging is considered one of the best x-ray center in Fairview Heights as well as one of the best x-ray center in St. Louis. Both of our locations had been rated as one of the top x-ray center in Fairview Heights and the top x-ray lab in St. Louis.