Utilizing the latest in sensor tech, our digital intraoral sensors display amazingly clear and detailed, real-time images which greatly supports diagnosis, as well as effortlessly capturing challenging areas such as third molars and long-rooted canines.
Compared to traditional film radiographs, intraoral sensors can significantly reduce patient exposure to radiation and eliminates the need for working with film processing chemicals.
Panoramic x ray provides complete coverage of facial bones and teeth with a low patient radiation dose. It is extremely convenient for the patient due to films not needing to be placed inside the mouth.
Panoramic x rays are a must for patients who cannot open the mouth or when the opening is restricted. Also, it’s a short time required for making the image resulting in an efficient visit.
OralID’s fluorescence technology uses a blue light that allows a clinician to identify oral cancer, pre-cancer and other abnormal lesions at an earlier stage, thus saving lives.
When found at an early stage of development (Stage I and II), oral cancers have an 80 to 90 percent survival rate. The problem is that the majority of oral cancers are found in late stages (Stage II and IV), resulting in a mortality rate of 43 percent at a five-year diagnosis (for all stages combined).