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Applying SuniRay2 in your practice

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Dental Products ReportDental Products Report-2015-04-01
Issue 4

The next generation of Suni sensors, the durable SuniRay2, is said to offer optimal exposure levels and high-quality images with minimal radiation exposure.

The next generation of Suni sensors, the durable SuniRay2, is said to offer optimal exposure levels and high-quality images with minimal radiation exposure.

  • Durable, with optimal image quality: With reportedly 10 times the durability, industry-leading optimal exposure levels and exceptional image quality, the SuniRay2 represents the pinnacle of Suni’s commitment to perfectly balanced digital sensor design.

  • High quality, low dose: SuniRay2 is designed to achieve maximal image quality with superior diagnostic capabilities while maintaining the lowest radiation levels among all digital sensors. The comprehensive and feature-rich Prof. Suni Advanced Imaging Software supplements the sensor’s high quality imaging with a wide array of user-friendly customization and image-enhancement tools.

  • Easy integration: With the SuniRay2, Suni has created a complete digital radiography system that seamlessly integrates with the entire practice. Specially designed integration tools allow Prof. Suni to easily and efficiently bridge with your practice management software.

  • Added plus: Suni sensors are designed for optimal patient comfort and safety. With thin, rounded corners, the sensors are comfortable for patients, while fast acquisition times and low radiation dose levels ensure patient comfort in the chair and peace of mind out of it.

 

Watch a demonstration of the SuniRay2 by Suni Medical Imaging below:

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Related reading: New SuniRay2 intraoral digital sensor boasts low radiation, high image quality

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