Digital Radiography


Patients Experience 90% Less Radiation

Patients no longer need to be concerned about the radiation necessary to expose dental x-rays.

Our practice utilizes digital radiography. Conventional film is replaced with more sensitive computer sensors. This results in much less radiation to obtain diagnostic x-rays. It also provides the doctor with more rapid diagnostics and allows your visit to be shortened dramatically. Digital x-rays can be enhanced in numerous ways including colorization, reverse imaging, decay enhancements, etc… The x-rays can be printed or even e-mailed to our dental specialists or insurance companies.

     

Practice Benefits

  • Environmentally friendly
  • No more film, chemicals, or disposal fees
  • Instant images allow significant time savings
  • Increased productivity
  • More chair side time
  • Increased treatment plan acceptance
  • Affordable technology

Practice Benefits :

  • Environmentally friendly
  • No more film, chemicals, or disposal fees
  • Instant images allow significant time savings
  • Increased productivity
  • More chair side time
  • Increased treatment plan acceptance
  • Patient Benefits
  • Reduced exposure to radiation
  • Less waiting time
  • Shorter appointments
  • Involved in co-diagnosis
  • Better understanding of treatment

     

X-Ray Imaging Properties:

1) Resolution: The pixel resolution of the high resolution (HiRes) sensors exceeds 22 lp/mm. The standard resolution of an X-Ray image, as measured by the modulation transfer function (MTF) exceeds 12 lp/mm. This is measured by using a standard 60 kV intra-oral X-ray source.

2) Dose Efficiency: The sensor will produce a high quality image with an X-Ray dose that is only a fraction of the standard dose required by Dental X-Ray film.

3)
Diagnostic Efficacy: The system will produce a superior image quality of images obtained when using standard dental X-Ray film. This allows the dentist to diagnose standard intra-oral pathologies encountered during screening procedures.

4)
Wide dynamic range: The sensor pixel well capacity is very high, allowing a higher accommodation of grayscale (bone density) dynamic range.

Disinfection Properties:

The sensor can easily be chemically disinfected. The sensor may be disinfected by wiping with CidexT.

     

Sensor Material Biocompatibility Specifications:

The sensor's body material and cable material are biocompatible. The sensors and all component materials have been tested to comply with ISO standards, and specifically, the sensor complies with EN30993-1 (Biological Testing of Dental and Medical Devices).

Sensor Storage Requirements:

The sensor must be stored and operated in at a temperature range between 10ºC and 40ºC.



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