A bone density test is an imaging technique to determine the risk of bone fracture by measuring the bone mineral density.
A bone density test measures the calcium and mineral content deposited on the bones, which will assist in diagnosing a bone disorder called osteoporosis.
This non-invasive and painless procedure will only take 20-30 minutes to complete. You can get the results within an hour after the scan.
It is advised to wear loose clothing or change into a hospital gown before the test and avoid wearing any metallic jewelry.
Evaluate the T-Score on your results. If it is higher than 1, your bone density is normal.