Digital Radiography

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Software Included
Relative Film Size
1 and 2
2 Years
3 Years
1 Year
DICOM Compatible
Line Pairs
25 LP/mm


Digital radiography uses computer technology and digital receptors for the acquisition, viewing, enhancement, storage, and transfer of radiographic images. Radiation-sensitive detectors capture and convert the image into numeric data, and enable image display on a monitor. An x-ray machine that produces small increments of radiation, a computer and monitor (with appropriate hardware, software and printing capabilities), an analog-to-digital converter, and a digital sensor are required components for the technology.

In intraoral digital radiography, analog data are acquired by the receptor (direct, which communicates via cable with the computer; and indirect, which requires a scanning step) and converted to digital data by an analog-to-digital converter. These receptors are highly sensitive sensors that require considerably less radiation exposure than film. Extraoral digital images can also be acquired via direct or indirect digital imaging systems. Digital panoramic and cephalometric machines employ either linear array CCD or CMOS detectors, or PSP plate sensors.

In addition to the frequently cited radiation dose reduction, digital radiography affords additional benefits, including the ability to more quickly view images and to enhance them via computerized image processing to improve, correct, analyze or alter. Other benefits include ease of storage, retrieval, duplication and transmission; and elimination of chemical processing/handling/waste.

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GALILEOS 3D cone beam digital radiography system combines a low radiation dosage with superior image quality. Introduced by Sirona at...
EZSensor offers excellent diagnostic images that are essential to successful implant surgery and endodontic treatment. Featuring...
Schick 33 intraoral sensor from Schick by Sirona combines high-resolution images and dynamic image management. The sensor’s patented...
The Snapshot sensors lend themselves to all types of dental practices and intraoral imaging needs. The sensors are particularly easy to...
The CS 7400 offers a similar workflow to film, minimizing the learning curve as you transition to digital radiography.
Rotograph D can store images directly on CompactFlash memory cards thanks to the incorporated onboard slot. This allows the user to...
The ORTHOPANTOMOGRAPH OP300 panoramic digital radiography system from Instrumentarium combines a panoramic imaging system with...
ACTEON created PSPIX to be the first personal imaging plate scanner on the market. The single-user, digital phosphor plate imaging...
Patients can now be referred to a CAD-Ray Imaging Center to receive high quality 3-dimensional radiographic scans of their entire...
Your complete digital X-ray solution that works with ALL image sizes: 0, 1, 2, 3 and 4; Panoramic; Cephalometric; and TMJ. ScanX utilizes...
The CamSight CMOS sensor does not require an adaptor or interface board between the sensor and a computer.
Precision Radiography The i-CAT Precise by ISIThe fully integrated Tx STUDIO makes the i-CAT Precise easy to use and gives the dentist...

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