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New 1.5 Open Sensor from DentiMax Designed for Easy Positioning, Patient Comfort

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The company’s compact digital x-ray sensor boasts same high image quality as the Size 2 Open Sensor.

New 1.5 Open Sensor from DentiMax Designed for Easy Positioning, Patient Comfort | Image Credit: © DentiMax

New 1.5 Open Sensor from DentiMax Designed for Easy Positioning, Patient Comfort | Image Credit: © DentiMax

The new compact DentiMax 1.5 Size Open Sensor is designed to enhance patient comfort and ease of positioning. The sensor is 11% smaller than its predecessor the Size 2 Open Sensor.

Released last week by DentiMax, the all-new 1.5 Open Sensor is based off years of feedback from dental clinicians, and in terms of size, image quality and price, the company reports that this new digital x-ray sensor has exceeded their customers’ expectations.

The Open Sensor has received high ratings from the independent testing organization, Clinician’s Report (www.cliniciansreport.org), which stated that the DentiMax Open Sensor is “competitive with the best systems previously evaluated.” The full report can be accessed at dentimax.com.

Upon reviewing this report, Chad Camac, DentiMax vice president, said, “Being ‘competitive with the best’ wasn’t good enough and so we increased the scintillator from 150 microns to 350 microns and made other changes for an even better, crisper, more beautiful image,” according to the company’s press release.

Related reading: Correct These 3 Mistakes to Take Better X-Rays

The 1.5 Open Sensor is available for purchase at an initial launch price of $2,999 or through a convenient subscription model at $99 /month. “This revolutionary sensor represents our ongoing commitment to deliver cutting-edge solutions that empower practitioners to provide superior patient care,” Camac adds. 

To take advantage of the initial launch price, interested practitioners are encouraged to contact DentiMax at 844-385-7854 or at imagingsales@dentimax.com.

DentiMax provides imaging technology and software solutions for clinicians, including its x-ray sensors, imaging software, and practice management software.

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