Intraoral Cameras

3Disc Americas
Air Techniques
Ashtel Dental
Camsight Co., Inc.
Carestream Dental
Carl Zeiss Meditec, Inc.
Cieos, Inc
Clinipix, Inc.
Digital Doc
Flight Dental Systems
Flow Dental
Gendex Dental Systems
Imagin Systems Corporation
Led Dental Inc.
Owandy Usa
Planmeca USA
Rf America Ids
Rf Co., Ltd.
Rolence Enterprise Inc.
Sharper Practice Inc.
Sirona Dental
Sota Imaging
Sun Dental Laboratories Llc
Suni Medical Imaging, Inc.
Video Dental Concepts
Docking Station Needed
640 x 480
KODAK/CS Imaging Software
CDR Software
DEXvideo Software
DirectX9 Compliant Streaming Video Software Application
Owandy Imaging Software
VixWin 2000 Software
VixWin Pro Imaging Software
1 Year
2 Years
4 Years
3 Years
Capture Card Needed


The most commonly used tools by dental professionals for clinical documentation, intraoral cameras have almost completely replaced the use of film for operatory photography. Zoom capacity rivals that of conventional microscopes, and most of these portable, wand-shaped cameras are digital, providing exceptional visibility for diagnosis, treatment planning and monitoring over time. Instantly captured high-definition images enhance patient compliance and education by allowing patients to see what the clinician sees. Some intraoral cameras also can capture extraoral images, such as those needed for patient records.

Images are easily shared and the systems integrate with a range of imaging and practice management software applications. They connect easily to computers either wirelessly, or via USB or docking stations. Most intraoral cameras employ LED, enabling image capture without external lighting.

Practitioners selecting intraoral cameras should keep in mind that:

-Higher-resolution cameras tend to capture images with better clarity

-User-friendly USB connectivity facilitates movement from room to room

-The capture button should be positioned to allow snapping of images regardless of orientation in the mouth (in some cameras, a swipe function eliminates the need to push a button)

-Included software or drivers should be compatible with existing software (“TWAIN compliant” indicates that different cameras are compatible with different software applications).

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