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Dental Intraoral X-ray Unit
Radiographic Unit, Dental


3 Months / 15 Minutes
6 Months / 60 Minutes
6 Months / 60 Minutes
12 Months /60 Minutes
0 Months / 60 Minutes
Moderate


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About

A Radiographic Unit, Dental are imaging devices in dentistry that may be classified in two parts: intraoral units where the film or the sensor is placed inside the mouth, the purpose being to visualize a limited region and extraoral units where the film or the sensor is outside the mouth and the purpose is to visualize a wide region. In dentistry, extraoral imaging splits in: Panoramic X-ray (aka "panorex" or "pano") showing a section, curved following more or less mandible shape, of the whole maxillo-facial block and the Cephalometric (Ceh) X-ray showing a projection, as parallel as possible, of the whole skull. All dental radiography follows the same guidelines as conventional radiography under 21 CFR. The recording of the pattern may occur on film or through electronic means. [1]

Manufacturers

GENDEX DENTAL SYSTEM
DENTSPLY INTERNATIONAL INC
PLANMECA INC

Models

GENDEX DENTAL SYSTEM - EXPERT DC (No cal required)
DENTSPLY INTERNATIONAL INC - 110-0153G1 (Expert - No cal required)
PLANMECA INC - PM 2002 CC or Proline

Second Source Parts

Second Source Service

References

  1. FDA. Medical Imaging: Radiology. Last Updated: 06/28/2013. http://www.fda.gov/radiation-emittingproducts/radiationemittingproductsandprocedures/medicalimaging/medicalx-rays/ucm175028.htm

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