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The DentiMax Dream Sensor represents the latest in CMOS digital radiography and provides a consistently crystal-clear X-ray image. The...
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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...
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The Snapshot sensors lend themselves to all types of dental practices and intraoral imaging needs. The sensors are particularly easy to...
The Advanced Exposure technology of Schick AE combines market-leading image quality with advances in filtering enhancements and a...
The DEXIS Titanium sensor captures extraordinary image quality with improved tissue contrast for confidence in diagnosis, incorporates...
With a 14-bit CMOS sensor capable of more than 16,000 grey shades, Zen-X is capable of exceptional image detail.  
DEXIS Platinum's direct USB digital technology maximizes portability for use in multiple operatories and in field work. With image...
MyRay's X-Pod Now With Upgrade Pack MyRay drives innovation in digital radiology with the release of groundbreaking new features in its...
The CamSight CMOS sensor does not require an adaptor or interface board between the sensor and a computer.
GXS-700 Digital Intraoral Sensors from Gendex are designed to make the change from film to digital easier than ever. Utilizing the...
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Quick Pick Denterprise International's QuickRay SensorQuickRay embeds all electronics directly in the sensor and requires only a simple...

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  • Dental Product Shopper

    By now, most dental practice owners know that digital dentistry can lead to a significant payoff. Yet while dental technology has come a long way, the products continue to evolve, making it more important than ever for clinicians to keep up. The question then becomes: Which products are worth the investment?

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  • Dental Product Shopper

    As a solo GP in Marysville, CA, Charles Kattuah, DDS, just wants a good quality image when it comes to diagnosing caries and other oral conditions. No artifacts or distortion ... just a crisp, detailed image to view and discuss with the patient. “Schick 33 sensors gave me that and more when I decided to purchase them,” he said.

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  • Dr. Alan M. Howard

    When it comes to restorative procedures, Dr. Howard's team aims to make the process as painless as possible for patients. Read the list of products that he chooses to unlock his practice's full potential.

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  • Michael A. Miyasaki, DDS

    Dr. Miyasaki's transition into digital imaging was simple and seamless. With the ScanX Classic, digital images are captured using a thin and flexible ScanX PSP, or intraoral phosphor storage plate, which is placed into the unit. The ScanX Classic scans and erases the reusable PSP, and the scanned image goes into the patient’s digital file.

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  • Allison Walker

    Schick 33 intraoral sensors (Schick by Sirona) provide high-resolution digital images and dynamic, integrated image management. Clinicians find they can easily adjust images to view them as needed and show to patients. In case you are wondering what colleagues are saying about using Schick 33 intraoral scanners, here’s an overview: Philip...

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  • Allison Walker

    There is no doubt about it—the digital x-ray has simplified intraoral image management and streamlined workflow. It has enhanced the diagnosis process with its high-resolution images. And it has sped up the whole x-ray process by eliminating numerous steps and hassles. But there is the matter of the vulnerability of the sensor cord. From...

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