CamX Triton HD w/ Interchangable Head
The CamX Triton HD system is an intraoral camera with an interchangeable head system, autofocus and real HD image quality. The new Proxi interchangeable head’s infrared light is used to find interproximal caries. From communication and caries diagnostics to documentation and tracking progress, we’ve got you covered. The CamX Triton HD provides valuable support in dental treatments and fosters patient understanding of your treatment recommendations.
• The intelligent interchangeable head system supports you with aid in diagnosis and early detection of caries and visualization of plaque. It is easily and quickly changed between caries diagnosis and intraoral imaging.
• Unrivaled high resolution, the CamX Triton HD delivers vivid, sharp and brilliant images with one-click autofocus from any distance.
• Your treatment recommendations will be easier for patients to understand.
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