Intraoral Cameras

3Disc Americas
Air Techniques
Align Technology Inc.
Ashtel Dental
Camsight Co., Inc.
Carestream Dental
Carl Zeiss Meditec, Inc.
Cieos, Inc
Clinipix, Inc.
Dental Wings Inc.
Dentazon Corp.
Dentsply Sirona
Dentsply Sirona Orthodontics
Digital Doc
E4D Technologies
Flight Dental Systems
Flow Dental
Gendex Dental Systems
Imagin Systems Corporation
Led Dental Inc.
MouthWatch, LLC
Mydent International
Owandy Usa
Planmeca USA
Rf America Ids
Rolence Enterprise Inc.
Sharper Practice Inc.
Shofu Dental Corporation
Sota Imaging
Sun Dental Laboratories Llc
Suni Medical Imaging, Inc.
Video Dental Concepts
Capture Card Needed
Docking Station Needed
CDR Software
KODAK/CS Imaging Software
Owandy Imaging Software
VixWin 2000 Software
VixWin Pro Imaging Software
1 Year
2 Years
4 Years
640 x 480


Taking pictures of the inside of a patient’s teeth is an important part of a dental professional’s work. The intraoral camera is a portable device that allows patients to see the inside of their mouths and helps clinicians provide them with the best treatment options.

Intraoral cameras use state-of-the-art technology to produce crystal clear images. Between their relatively vivid details, accuracy, and easy-to-use features, these pictures capture crucial angles that aid in further understanding what work still needs to be done. They also feature software that allows you to save your pictures, export them to a computer, and keep them archived for every patient visit.

One way that improves the accuracy of these devices are fixed and variable focus mechanisms which have dial and slide functions to give the preferred focus and clarity in any situation. They also come with a number of attachments and items to improve your accuracy. They come with periodontal pocket probe attachments, scales for measurements, and can be used with fingertip image capture or foot switches to increase the clarity of the picture.

Additionally, new advancements have made these devices easier to use since they were first introduced in operatories in 1989. Most weigh less than a pound, offer multiple LED lights to further clarify the definition of the inside of your mouth, and can take pictures from either a 0 degree or 90-degree angle depending on what angle is necessary. They often come with a 45-degree angle which can offer even more options for precision dental work.

When it comes to helping patients, it’s important for clinicians to have access to an intraoral camera and offer transparency in a new and exciting way. With their easy-to-use functions and innovative technology, these cameras can help patients work through future dental treatment and provide an easy way for clinicians to provide the best care. 

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DiscoveryPad includes a new adjustable focus wireless intraoral camera, which features an adjustable focal length from macro to full...
The Claris i4D is an advanced intraoral dental camera system that features a Sony Super HAD color 1/4-inch imager, precision optics with...
SOPROLIFE easily switches from intraoral camera to caries-detection device. ACTEON’s SOPROLIFE (light-induced fluorescence evaluator) is...
Schick by Sirona offers the lightweight Schick USBCam4 intraoral camera with high image sensitivity to provide excellent image quality....
Intraoral cameras have become an essential technology in dental practices. Now, your practice can show patients the care they need with...
A bright and clear OLED screen provides device stats, and the dual-layer lens does not fog up during use. The Discovery360’s “easy...
The CS 1500 intraoral camera offers a wide focus range of 1mm to infinity plus the highest resolution on the market—enabling you to...
This intraoral camera encourages patients to get involved in their individual treatment plans. C-U2 incorporates 12 warm white LED...
Straightforward, light, and multifunctional, the Real Hi-T intraoral camera from Owandy captures true-to-life images.
The DiscoveryCam2 intraoral camera from RF America has a true optical lens and 6 ultra-bright LEDs that can be controlled with a dimmer...
The DiscoveryULTRA intraoral camera from Video Dental uses a 2.0 mega pixel CCD imager to create high-quality images.
The unit features a Sony 0.25-in CCD with a high-resolution of 811 x 508.This intraoral camera has autofocus for easy operation, and a...

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