As a dentist, you have individual needs and requirements. Your practice is also unique - from the number of patients you see to the equipment you use to the architectural design of your space. Thanks to the modularity of its intraoral x-ray product line, Dentsply Sirona offers the perfect x-ray solution for every dentist and every practice. The intraoral x-ray family is always the right choice, enabling complete flexibility and an optimum workflow for all of your needs, thanks to the perfect combination of hardware and software solutions available.
Benefits at a glance
What makes the intraoral family so special? Clear benefits for your practice.
Flexibility through modularity
With 3 sensor sizes, multiple cable lengths, different arm lengths and installation possibilities and limitless image enhancement capabilities, the intraoral family of products has a combination that is right for you and your practice.
Optimal image quality
Gain an outstanding level of resolution and control over your digital images all while using the lowest dose following ALARA recommendations.
When paired, Schick 33 and Sidexis 4 efficiently structure your workflow from beginning to end, giving you everything you need to detect, diagnose and discuss at a glance.
Remarkable software integration
With our unique Sidexis 4 software, you can view 2D and 3D images at the same time on the same screen. This saves time and makes cross comparisons simpler and patient communication easier.
It is much like high-definition TV versus standard-definition. Now I can't imagine using anything else to take digital intraoral radiographs.
Intraoral product range
The right solution for every situation. Whether you're taking your first steps into the digital world or establishing or updating a fully digital practice, the Dentsply Sirona intraoral family has solutions that always offer the right product for your individual workflow needs. And Dentsply Sirona will be there for you no matter your transition needs.
Voices of dental - Digital intraoral imaging
Dr. Richard Cooper discusses seeing the difference.