Caries Detection (Digital Equipment)

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AdDent has developed 2 new ways to capture images with Bio/ Screen. The SLR adapter kit will fit a lens from 52 mm to 62 mm
The CamX Triton HD system is an intraoral camera with an interchangeable head system, autofocus and real HD image quality.
Intraoral camera with interchangeable head system, autofocus and real HD image quality. From communication and caries diagnostics to...
CamX Spectra allows you to clearly expose potential caries, with images displayed on the monitor. The caries detector aid utilizes Visix...
The DOE Transilluminator is a multipurpose focused LED that delivers power of more than 120,000 Lux to diagnose beyond fractures, caries,...
The Canary System uses low-powered, laser-based 'Energy Conversion Technology' to examine the crystal structure of teeth. It can detect...
DEXIS’ CariVu offers proprietary infrared transillumination for seeing through the tooth and highlighting conditions not detected by...
Vista-Blue™ from Vista Dental is designed as a root canal detector and caries detector dye to help locate hard-to-find root canal...
Early caries detection has been cited as key to optimal prevention and treatment. Air Techniques’ Spectra uses fluorescence technology to...
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The CarieScan PRO is revolutionizing the way dentists diagnose caries in their patients. With 94.8% percent accuracy in detecting caries...
Fiber optic technology enhances transillumination caries detection with the Microlux Transilluminator.
AdDent introduces a new and improved plug in accessory for its Microlux Diagnostic System–the Proximal Caries Light Guide. This...

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  • Marie

    Air Techniques brings the lights and camera—making it easy for you take action when the multipurpose Cam-X Triton HD is in your hand. The sleek, modern-looking Cam-X Triton HD has three heads that allow the clinician to do it all: capture sharp, high-resolution images with one-click autofocus, and detect plaque and caries. Cam-X Triton HD’s...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    What’s worse than kids experiencing constipation? Dental caries to go along with it! According to a report by the American Academy of Pediatrics, 17% to 40% of children experience constipation. From sugar syrup to juice to dried fruit and fiber gummies, home remedies have been linked to dental caries. So, just make sure kids are brushing their...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    ADA's 15 Annual Give Kids A Smile Program If you’re a dentist or oral health professional looking for a way to give back to your local community, the ADA Foundation’s 15th annual Give Kids A Smile (GKAS) program may be the right opportunity for you. Registration is now open for GKAS 2017, and Henry Schein is calling for volunteers. Launched in...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    The American Dental Association recently approved a code for caries detection, specifically when requesting insurance reimbursement for images taken with DEXIS CariVu. According to ADA meeting notes, the code can be used to cover a “non-ionizing diagnostic procedure capable of quantifying, monitoring, and recording changes in structure of...

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  • Jason Schwartz

    Ortek Therapeutics announced that a U.S. Patent has been recently awarded for the Ortek ECD (ECD) dental device, a system for detecting early or pre-cavity lesions that cannot be readily detected by visual examination or x-ray. The ECD device is designed to detect pre-cavity lesions in molars and premolars, the back teeth with the highest rates...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    How many times a day do you ask a patient to open wider? Well, now you can tell them (nicely, of course) to keep their mouths shut. New research suggests that people who sleep with their mouths open are at increased risk for tooth decay. According to a study recently published by the Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, mouth breathing during sleep...

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