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MyRay announces the addition of the RXDC eXTend to its North American market offering. RXDC eXTend combines direct current technology...
Dental Film Digitizer VIDAR Systems The VIDAR Dental Film Digitizer produces digitized images as detailed as the original film. When...
With the KaVo™ NOMAD Pro 2™ now under the trusted brand of KaVo, you gain all the reliability and efficiency advantages that every busy...
The revolutionary CMOS pano sensor obtains great panoramic images in less than 10 seconds. The quality of a panoramic image is heavily ...
Digital Direct Auto Exposure and Auto Image Enhancer fine tune the imaging process for the best possible quality. The unit offers fully...
The new collimation will allow the NewTom VGi to obtain resolutions down to a .075 mm voxel, or provide the operator with the ability to...
According to Aribex, the Pro 2 is not a completely new device, primarily offering excellent battery performance and improved reliability...
Ease of use and image quality combine to create a distinctively designed digital panoramic x-ray unit.
TG green sensitive tabular grain emulsion improves contrast and reduces radiation up to 50% Archive-quality film provides excellent...
Radiomat B-Plus is a full speed blue sensitive film that provides a wide range of system speeds when used with blue-emmitting rare-earth...
Designed to provide rapid, high-quality reading of reusable dental imaging plates, the FireCR Dental Reader’s footprint—about the size of...
Patterson Panoramic X-ray Film is for extraoral use and available in a variety of shapes and colors.

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    The X-Mind Unity x-ray generator and SOPIX digital sensor are two products from Acteon that have a lot going for them on their own, but when combined they can something incredibly cool. First off, you can reduce the amount of radiation your patients are exposed to and still get crisp, clear images that will help as you diagnosis the situation...

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