XRay Film

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Southland Distribution and Sales
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The sensor connects with a direct high-speed USB 2.0 connection to the computer. Bright LED status lights on the cord control box provide...
The unique vertical split-and-grab tabs keep fingers safely away from contaminated areas. Butterfly films are available in Size 2 and 0...
AGFA Dentus Ortholux from Heraeus is a high-contrast, high speed extraoral X-ray film used for panoramographic radiographs. This film...
Making good use of its modular design, Schick WiFi from Schick by Sirona offers an enhancement option to the Schick Elite sensor. It can...
AGFA Dentus Intraoral Film from Heraeus is an adult periapical film that is soft, flexible, and features a radius edge, ensuring patient...
AGFA Dentus Intraoral Film from Heraeus is an adult periapical film that is soft, flexible, and features a radius edge, ensuring patient...
Patterson® CD58 X-Ray Film is ideal for manual or automatic processors. Size 2 paper packets
Flow Silver D D Speed Intraoral X-ray Film from Flow/Wolf Xray is available in DV-58, DV-57, DV-54, and DX-42. DV-58 comes in soft,...
Imaging with PSP plates offers all the flexibility and patient comfort of film, combined with the immediacy and environmental benefits of...

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