With Schick 33 sensors you have the option of five different filtering options: General Dentistry, Endodontics, Periodontics, Restorative and Hygiene. These clinically specific views are designed to optimize your diagnosis, enhancing the image to suit your needs.
Bending imaging plates can distort images and jeopardize the reproducibility of the image quality - plate manufacturers specifically state that plates should not be bent. Intraoral sensors are not as susceptible to scratches or distortion of the image, offer quick X-ray capture and are overall much more durable, offering the ultimate intraoral imaging experience.
The Schick 33 intraoral sensor cable technology is backed by years of leading experience and offers outstanding durability. The ability to exchange the cable helps to limit loss in productivity if unexpected damage occurs. For example, if a chair rolls over the cable or someone mistakenly shuts it in a drawer with force, there is the potential that the cable could get damaged. For these cases, it is good to be prepared and the exchangeable cable will ensure that you are fully supported and can continue working with minimal delay.
The USB interface comes equipped with a 2 m USB cable, and additional optional sensor cables go up to 2.7 m to suit every operatory configuration and allow for optimum movement and flexibility.
Dentsply Sirona's intraoral holder systems allow for a hygienic, comfortable and accurate imaging experience and can be purchased through your local dealer.