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Why Buy a Dental X-ray Sensor from Video Dental Concepts?
Video Dental’s lengthy involvement with dental digital radiography is well known and documented. While the technology was invented in 1988 by Trophy S.A. (France), now CareStream and commercially available in North America as RVG in 1989, both the Florida and Paris offices of Video Dental Concepts started selling the Sens-A-Ray sensors in 1991 as a distributor of Regam (Sweden), the second manufacturer of sensors at that time. For over 3 years, VDC was the only alternative to Trophy in North America until Schick (1994) and later Dexis (1995) entered this market. Read more about digital dental sensors…
Why Buy an Intraoral Camera from Video Dental Concepts?
First introduced in 1989, IntraOral Cameras (IOCs) are now used by over 80,000 dental offices in North America today. They have been instrumental in building patients’ trust through visual communication. While other digital SLR cameras are useful, IOCs are best used chairside to show the patient a clear picture of the inside of their mouth, allowing the dentist to consult them on various treatment options, and save the images directly to a patient’s file. IOCs bring a new dimension in confidence and your diagnosis is enhanced by the information our “magic wand” provides.
Indeed, an IOC is the best “Patient Engagement System” a practice can buy as supported by the many articles written about the subject over the years some of which are attached. As you will see below, there is no finer vendor than Video Dental to provide you with the right model which will best increase your case acceptance rate. Read more about intraoral cameras…
Dental Imaging Software
With the advent of digital dental imaging, software had to be created simultaneously to properly save and catalog the images created. Through the years, the software has evolved from a simple database of images identified by the patient’s name and the date the image was created to full featured programs which also allow the clinician to manipulate the images in their spatial configuration as well as their viewing characteristics such as contrast, brightness and color. Other features such as zooming and measurement were also added. Read more about dental imaging software…