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AMD Lasers Unveils Acuity Direct X-Ray Photon Detection Intraoral Sensor

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New sensor makes debut at Chicago Midwinter Meeting and boasts high-quality images and affordability.

AMD Lasers Unveils Acuity Direct X-Ray Photon Detection Intraoral Sensor  | Image Credit: © AMD Lasers

Image Credit: © AMD Lasers

Launched at the CDS Midwinter Meeting, AMD Lasers’ new Acuity Direct X-Ray Photon Detection Intraoral Sensor does more than just offer high-quality images. The technology behind the new sensor is more affordable than CMOS sensors, yet the company states that through its more efficient direct detection technology, it has enhanced both durability and affordability.

Acuity combines the speed of CMOS with the clarity of PSP—for less—according to AMD Lasers. The technology is designed to enable clinicians to empower their practice towards experiencing the future of dental care by offering clearer diagnoses and enhanced patient care. Acuity's cutting-edge approach in clinical CT is designed to ensure a cost-effective solution while making steps forward in technical capability.

With this sensor clinicians no longer need to deal with time-consuming exposure enhancements. Additionally, Acuity offers a full complement of image customization options including Direct Imaging for unrivaled image quality and confident diagnoses; Ergonomic Design—Ultra-thin sensor minimizes patient discomfort; Accessible Innovation forimproved imaging technology at a reduced cost; and Durability—designed and tested to withstand over 500,000 exposures.

The company’s direct x-ray photon detection technology is said to provide crystal-clear images which eliminates the need for time-consuming exposure enhancements. Acuity’s image quality and durability allow clinicians to focus more on patient care. The thin profile and optimized imaging surface area of the sensors improve diagnostic efficiency, streamlining workflows and minimizing guesswork. The enhanced durability that direct x-ray photon detection technology offers protects your investment, offering long-lasting reliability, according to the company.

The thin-profile sensors are designed to prioritize patient comfort and make the dental experience less invasive. The crystal-clear images obtained through the technology are said to eliminate unnecessary pain, providing a seamless and efficient path to the most accurate treatment diagnoses.

The ergonomic design—one of the thinnest sensors in the market— prioritizes patient comfort, offering adult and pediatric sizes with optimized imaging surface area.

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