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Designed for digital sensors, yet compatible with PSP and film, expert DC has a 0.4 mm focal spot (the smallest in the market) for...
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Premium components and precise x-ray output result in sharper images while the eye-catching, future-proof design ensures comfortable...
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With intuitive and user-friendly functions, the BiOX has a wide color LCD with easy to recognize preset exposure times that can be...
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The MyRay RXDC's small focal spot (0.4 mm) guarantees consistently sharp images while minimizing radiation exposure to the patient.
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The PHOT-xIIs DC intraoral X-Ray Systems produce crystal clear radiographic images, while minimizing patient exposure to radiation. The...
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The Bel-Ray II X-ray systems deliver superb periapical images and employ simple, intuitive controls for exposure parameter settings. The...
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Midmark has combined all the benefits of the Preva DC Intraoral X-ray and ClearVision® high resolution digital sensor to conceive Preva...
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Preva 2.0 is comparable to Preva DC, the cabling and electronics are concealed within the X-ray system. At the elbow of the device is a...
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The Preva DC from Midmark is a high frequency intraoral X-ray system which provides unprecedented image quality. The effortlessly free...

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