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How long should an Intraoral Dental Sensor last?

How long should an Intraoral Dental Sensor last?

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Posted 3/28/2017 by dhanning in How long should an Intraoral Dental Sensor last?   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 10
What is Important When Making a CBCT Decision?
What is Important When Making a CBCT Decision? We deal with dentists everyday who are considering CBCT. The questions are always "should I get a CBCT and which one." For this discussion I will assume that the first question is yes and give some pointers in making the decision process...Read More
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Posted 3/16/2017 by dhanning in How long should an Intraoral Dental Sensor last?   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 12
Do I Need CBCT?
Do I Need CBCT? A cone-beam CT scanner is a big investment, so you want to know if your practice needs it before you take the plunge. If you’re a general dentist, the answer is no, you do not need a CBCT. However, if you already offer or want to offer complex procedures, this...Read More
Posted 3/1/2017 by dhanning in How long should an Intraoral Dental Sensor last?   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 8
How Morita CBCT Can Increase Productivity and Revenue for Your Practice
How Morita CBCT Can Increase Productivity and Revenue for Your Practice Dentists have three main goals in mind whenever they treat patients. First, of course, they want to provide the best quality of care possible. Second, they want to increase productivity so they can get more done in a...Read More
Posted 2/15/2017 by dhanning in How long should an Intraoral Dental Sensor last?   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 56
The truth about digital x-ray sensors
The truth about digital x-ray sensors There is a lot of confusion regarding intraoral sensor technology ;so, I thought I would start a thread to help educate shoppers. 1) All current generation sensors use the same general components in an assembly that is essentially a...Read More
Posted 2/8/2017 by dhanning in How long should an Intraoral Dental Sensor last?   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 68
How long should an Intraoral Dental Sensor last?
How long should an Intraoral Dental Sensor last? If you have not already added digital x-ray to your practice than determining how to properly budget for this investment can be tricky. If you have been digital for at least 10 years than you have most likely experienced unexpected...Read More
Posted 1/27/2017 by dhanning in How long should an Intraoral Dental Sensor last?   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 25
Tips for CBCT Positioning and Troubleshooting
Tips for CBCT Positioning and Troubleshooting You have a new CBCT machine in your office and you are excited. You want to get the most out of your investment, which means you need to know how to position your patients. If you properly position your patients, your machine...Read More
Posted 1/26/2017 by dhanning in How long should an Intraoral Dental Sensor last?   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 27
Is Cone Beam a Cost-Efficient Service?
Is Cone Beam a Cost-Efficient Service? Adding new equipment to your dental practice is a big decision. Before moving forward, you want to make sure that it’s a cost-efficient choice. That is the case with anything, but especially when it comes to cone beam technology. One of...Read More
Posted 8/5/2013 by dhanning in How long should an Intraoral Dental Sensor last?   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 10
 What Are the Benefits of CBCT Technology?
What Are the Benefits of CBCT Technology? You’re on the fence about CBCT technology and you want to get as much information as possible before making a purchase. Learning the benefits of CBCT technology is a big part of your research....Read More

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