Digital Radiography

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Digital Sensors(41)
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DICOM Compatible
Line Pairs
25 LP/mm
Relative Film Size
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2 Years
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ACTEON created PSPIX to be the first personal imaging plate scanner on the market. The single-user, digital phosphor plate imaging scanner provides images within a few seconds, saving time and...

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The flexible and easy-to-use CR 7400 uses existing x-ray equipment and accessories to de liver faster and more detailed images. Workflow...
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DenOptix QST Phosphor Plate X-Ray from Gendex Dental Systems is clean, fast, and provides chemical-free digital processing with the size...
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The FireCR Dental Reader is compatible with DICOM 3.0 and uses reusable bite-wings and intraoral imaging plates for fast and easy...
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The OpTime Digital Imaging System for Intraoral X-Rays from SOREDEX is a compact, easy-to-use digital intraoral imaging plate system. It...
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The DIGORA Optime Digital Imaging Plate System from SOREDEX provides intraoral imaging in a touchless system. It contains image preview,...
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The DIGIREX Intraoral Digital Phosphor Plate Scanner System from APIXIA is a small device used to capture high-resolution scans in less...
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Your complete digital X-ray solution that works with ALL image sizes: 0, 1, 2, 3 and 4; Panoramic; Cephalometric; and TMJ. ScanX utilizes...
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Veraviewepocs 3D R100 is the latest addition to J. Morita's 3D product line. This unit's 3D Reuleaux full-arch field-of-view (FOV)...
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By combining the benefits of film and digital imaging, Carestream Dental’s CS 7200 imaging plate system offers an affordable solution for...

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  • Julie Cullen

    I had always assumed that most dentists were either computed radiography (imaging plates) users or digital radiography (sensors) users. It never dawned on me that anyone would be both. That was until I talked to a dentist friend of mine the other day who said that having both in the practice is a bit of a safety net. If your sensor goes down for...

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  • Liana Tremmel

    In September 2015, I bought a practice that was completely analog. So going in I knew I was going to need to make some upgrades. My goals were to improve patient care, build the reputation of the practice, and increase staff satisfaction and practice workflow. For radiography, I knew for sure I wanted an image plate scanner. That’s what I had...

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  • Jeff Lineberry, DDS

    Periodontal disease has increasingly become a topic of discussion regarding how it impacts our overall health and other disease processes. As dental professionals, we discover and diagnose this disease by doing a periodontal exam looking for “pockets” and taking x-rays that show bone loss around the teeth. We find periodontal disease in patients...

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  • David Broom

    Bad habits: we all have them. But that doesn’t mean we can’t overcome them. This is certainly true for network security habits in dental practices. Using unsecured Wi-Fi to handle sensitive data? Not securing your physical server? Not changing your network passwords? Every day that passes where you don’t change these habits is a day you’re...

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  • Allison Walker

    I like to ask dentists questions while they are working on my teeth and love it when they explain things to me. Initially, they are surprised when I inquire about something, but then it becomes routine for them to just start talking about what they are doing, how the materials work, why they use this one or that one. It’s almost like it’s a...

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  • Marie

    Kettenbach isn’t just committed to creating high-quality dental products, the company also is dedicated to helping dentists continue to grow in their field. That’s why the company continues to sponsor various continuing education seminars and webinars for clinicians—all for free. For instance, clinicians can learn about the role of dentistry in...

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