The image quality is good with the ability to record video as well. The camera lens can be rotated to the left or right to aid in image capture as the capture and save buttons are located on the camera handle. While the camera handle is slightly bigger than the system I am currently using, I am able to eliminate the video component box that takes up valuable operatory space. Ease of use, lightweight, and good picture quality all make the Polaris intraoral camera worth looking into.
Ryan Judd, DMD, is an honors graduate from the Oregon Health Sciences University School of Dentistry and has twice been awarded the 'William Howard Award for Clinical Dentistry.?