Introducing DEXIS FS Ergo by KaVo – A New Class of Digital Sensors

Posted on February 22, 2018

KaVo Unveils a New Category of Intraoral Sensors Designed to Add Optimal Comfort and Flexibility to the Patient Experience.

KaVo Kerr, an organization comprised of two global leaders in dentistry, is pleased to unveil the expansion of its growing portfolio of imaging solutions at this year’s Chicago Midwinter dental meeting with the new DEXIS FS Ergo by KaVo. Built upon the award-winning DEXIS PerfectSize™ sensor and TrueComfort™ design, the FS Ergo stands as the latest innovation to redefine patient comfort and create a new class of digital sensors. FS Ergo combines innovative design and skillfully engineered components to add ease and flexibility to the patient experience. The sensor provides significant improvements in comfort for patients with low tolerance for standard intraoral modalities, allowing for a more pleasant sensor placement that patients will remember.

A robust, durable device that maintains optimal image integrity, FS Ergo features:

• Sensor Housing – resistant to bite marks, the submersible sensor housing can also withstand a wide variety of disinfection chemicals.

• Cable-To-Sensor Connection – equipped with connectivity proven successful under rigorous testing to such forces as pulling, twisting, straining, and bending.

• USB Connector – built to withstand high frequency insertion and pulling cycles, the USB connection adds to the overall durability of the sensor.

• Contoured Positioning System – made from advanced materials, the positioning system allows the sensor to easily exit and protects the longevity of the cable from wear and tear.

DEXIS FS Ergo by KaVo helps to reduce retakes due to patient movement caused by discomfort thereby enhancing practice efficiency and creating a streamlined digital workflow. By pairing the newly developed flexible sensor technology with a soft housing, FS Ergo can “give” as X-rays are being captured. Even the proprietary holder system is uniquely designed to accommodate the flex of the sensor so that it can adapt to your patient, and thus offer the best radiographic experience possible.

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