Digital X-Ray System
visOra DR is an intuitive, easy-to-use, ergonomically designed application. It streamlines the image-capture process, enhances image quality for improved diagnostics, and enables simple image retrieval. It's large-button, touchscreen design allows for gloved use and quick operation. visOra DR interfaces with practice management systems and digital intra- and extraoral cameras for versatile functioning.
Why choose digital?
visOra DR leverages digital technology to outperform traditional film, expediting and simplifying x-ray image processing. Its high-resolution images and advanced imaging filters result in improved clinical diagnosis. Traditional film-based x-ray imaging is cumbersome, expensive, and time consuming.
Workflow analysis has shown that a typical office spends an average of $1,200 per month for film, chemicals, disposal, and labor costs associated with traditional film-based x-rays. The typical cost of a digital x-ray system is $850 dollars per month in a 36-month lease resulting in a $350 per month immediate savings and significant gains in workflow efficiency.
Digital X-Ray Technology Means:
- Instant radiographic images
- Decreased radiation exposure
- No development costs or chemicals
- Immediate, secure image storage and retrieval
- Improved patient education and case acceptance
- Facilitates expedient patient processing, resulting in greater practice profitability
- Reduced labor costs
- Enhanced images for improved diagnostics
visOra DR Technical Specs
|Recommended PC Platform:||Intel Pentium® / 400 MHz equivalent or higher|
|Software Operating System:||Windows 95/98/Me/2K/XP |
|Sensor Interface:||USB 1.1 or higher|
|Intraoral X-Ray Sensor Pixel Resolution:||High resolution: 22 and 22.5 microns square |
Low Resolution (size 0): 44 microns square
|Intraoral X-Ray Sensor Sizes (active area):||Size 0 - 26.8mm x 21.6mm|
Size 1 - 32.7mm x 20.6mm and 30.1mm x20.1mm
Size 2 - 36.8mm x 26.6mm and 36.1mm x 27.5mm
|Intensity Dynamic Range:||12-bit (0 to 4095) |
Color-Coded Sensor Holders