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Inside Dentistry
August 2016
Volume 12, Issue 8

Schick 33 Digital Intraoral Sensor

High-resolution images and powerful software

Figure 1 | Dentsply Sirona’s Schick 33 Digital Intraoral Sensor and Image Management System redefine digital dental diagnostics by combining industry-leading theoretical resolution (33 lp/mm) and powerful enhancement software into one easy-to-use system.

Schick 33 allows clinicians to view images from a variety of specific clinical perspectives, including general dentistry, endodontics, periodontics, hygiene, and restorative dentistry. Users can even personalize their settings, so practitioners and patients feel more confident about making the right treatment decisions. With three sizes available, the sensor is built to fit everyone and is compatible with CDR DICOM, SIDEXIS, and Eaglesoft programs (Patterson Dental,

Paired with its powerful image enhancement system, Schick 33 can help take diagnostics to an unprecedented level of personalization and control. Schick 33’s image enhancement system allows users to create, edit, and save personal settings to ensure clinicians and practices have instant access to the appropriate settings, as well as easily review, store, and share images. The dynamic image enhancer enables clinicians to adjust image sharpness quickly and easily to their needs and personal preferences. There’s a lot of room for error when clinicians share films with numerous specialists and insurers. And receiving poor-quality duplicate film radiographs can disrupt workflow, hinder diagnostics, and weaken collaboration. This digital radiography outlet ensures high-quality images every time, and with options to save and share high-quality images such as JPEGs, ZIP files, or postcards, clinicians can provide information to colleagues and insurers in whatever format is preferred. What’s more, it can transfer those images in a matter of minutes. The result is faster, better collaboration and improved relationships.

Versatility and the ability to improvise are vital in dentistry. For this reason, Schick 33 is built on a modular platform with broad choices in everything from sensor sizes and cable lengths to USB or WiFi connectivity, so clinicians can pick the most appropriate technology for their needs. All Schick 33 platform components are designed for compatibility and easy integration with industry standard technologies. Through an exclusive partnership with Patterson Dental, Schick 33 users have access to their advanced technical support infrastructure. Starting with installation, Patterson experts are available through the training process and long after a system is up and running. Clinicians can thus keep up with changing requirements as they arise, and protect their investment for years to come.

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