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Special Issues
November 2015
Volume 11, Issue 4

ScanX® Digital Radiography System

Wireless PSPs deliver clear images in seconds

Figure 1 | ScanX® is a compact, powerful digital radiography system that utilizes wireless, flexible, thin photo stimulable phosphor (PSP) to deliver crystal clear images in seconds.

ScanX PSPs capture 17% to 38% more image area.1 They also help you to never miss important structures because of the larger diagnostic area and 100% active area. The level of detail and clarity achieved by ScanX PSPs is superior to that of x-ray film and other PSP systems.

ScanX delivers sharp, clear images in up to 20 lp/mm true resolution, meeting all diagnostic requirements. The system delivers images for intraoral and extraoral sizes for patients of all ages and anatomies.

ScanX will seamlessly integrate into your practice, as it is compatible with most dental imaging and practice management software. With a film-like workflow, your staff can use ScanX with virtually no learning curve. The system delivers clear, crisp images every time, eliminating the need for retakes and exposure for patients.

Eliminate the hassle of the film processor and all of its chemicals. ScanX is durable and can be reused hundreds of times, 30 times thinner than wired sensors, and flexible with rounded corners, providing optimum comfort for your patients. ScanX barrier envelopes quickly slip on and off, and 100% hygienically seal each PSP.

ScanX is the most economical digital solution for any practice. There are no annual maintenance fees or costly insurance. Once a PSP is inserted into ScanX, the sharp, crisp image appears on your screen in seconds, and is immediately ready to use again because of the automatic read and erase technology.

Digital Imaging Simplified

ScanX simplifies the transition to digital imaging or complements your existing wired sensor system within any budget. ScanX provides user-friendly technology that delivers superior diagnostic digital images and enables your team to capture images quickly and accurately for patients of all ages and anatomies.

Reference

1. Digital Radiography Sensors: Which is Best? Clinician’s Report. 2011;4(9).

Highlights

1. Intraoral & Extra Oral Imaging
Delivers images for intraoral sizes (0, 1, 2, 3, 4) and extraoral sizes (PAN, CEPH, and TMJ)

2. True Resolution
Sharp, clear images in up to 20 lp/mm true resolution

3. No Fees
No annual maintenance fees or costly insurance

4. Software Compatibility
Compatible with most dental imaging and practice management software

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