Air Techniques to debut digital imaging products at 2018 Chicago Midwinter Meeting

February 20, 2018

A new digital radiography system, ScanX Swift View, and a new interproximal camera head called Proxi will be on display.

Air Techniques will be introducing a new digital radiography system, ScanX Swift View, and a new interproximal camera head called “Proxi” for their CamX Triton HD camera at the 2018 Chicago Midwinter Meeting. Attendees will be able to see these new products firsthand at Air Techniques’ newly designed booth #1834.

The ScanX Swift View is the latest in the new View series of digital radiography systems from Air Techniques. This Wi-Fi-enabled system reportedly offers a full-color touchscreen and is capable of digitizing all intraoral formats, sizes 0-4. Setting a new standard for digital X-rays, ScanX Swift View’s digital filters are said to ensure reliable diagnostics with a theoretical resolution of 40 LP/mm, 2000 dpi. The high-resolution touchscreen displays 16.7 million colors and provides excellent image quality, allowing the practitioner to quickly check the results of the X-ray with its preview function. The ScanX Swift View is the second product release in Air Techniques’ View Series. It joins ScanX Intraoral View, which was recently released by Air Techniques.    

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“We are extremely excited to be launching these cutting-edge digital imaging products at the Chicago Midwinter Meeting,” says Jon Newman, Air Techniques product manager of digital imaging. “ScanX Swift View takes digital radiography imaging to the next level with its Wi-Fi and touchscreen functionally, not to mention the excellent image quality.”

The new Proxi head for the CamX Triton HD is the third interchangeable head that will be offered for this camera system. CamX Triton HD currently has an intraoral Cam head and Spectra caries detection head. The new Proxi head reportedly enables practitioners to reliably and easily detect and diagnose interproximal caries. This powerful diagnostic tool is said to enable the detection of interproximal caries without the use of X-ray radiation, especially useful in pediatric and pregnant patients. All three CamX Triton HD heads are designed to easily change among one another.

“The new Proxi interchangeable head for the CamX Triton HD Camera System is a powerful tool that will benefit any dental practice,” says Robert Meehan, Air Techniques product manager of digital imaging. “Rather than relying on traditional X-ray radiation, the CamX Triton HD enables today's practitioners to diagnose with one camera system.”

For more information on Air Techniques, visit www.airtechniques.com.