The paralleling technique and the sensor holder system
The paralleling technique is now standard for intraoral X-ray diagnostics, with proven diagnostic advantages. The technique requires holders that align the sensor at a proper angle to the beam-indicating device and thus parallel to the tooth axis.
Many sensor holder systems envelop the sensor fully, meaning the complete device placed in the patient's mouth is longer and wider than the sensor itself, which can make positioning difficult. Our adhesive solution is clever yet simple: A thin self-adhesive disposable holder that is smaller than the sensor. The removable adhesive allows for placement wherever needed on the sensor for perfect placement, no matter the patient's oral cavity size and structure.
and low-noise images
and reliable positioning
self-adhesive disposable holder
Correct positioning of Schick sensors
We have been working in our practice with the Schick digital imaging technology from Dentsply Sirona for the past 10 years. We have followed and utilized the ongoing improvements to sensors. The most recent innovation with Schick represents a significant improvement in terms of image sharpness and contrast in particular and enables more accurate diagnoses.
The intraoral x-ray family
Low-noise, high-contrast, and high-resolution x-ray images for your diagnoses that you can access immediately without having to wait. Read more about the intraoral x-ray family in our brochure.Download the brochure
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