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

March 6, 2014

Suni Medical Imaging has introduced its new SuniRay2 intraoral digital sensor, which, Suni says, represents the pinnacle of the company’s commitment to balanced digital sensor design.

Suni Medical Imaging has introduced its new SuniRay2 intraoral digital sensor, which, Suni says, represents the pinnacle of the company’s commitment to balanced digital sensor design.

With 10 times the durability, industry-leading optimal exposure levels, and exceptional image quality, SuniRay2 is designed to achieve maximal image quality with superior diagnostic capabilities while maintaining the lowest radiation exposure levels among all digital sensors.

The SuniRay product line’s 0.38 optimal exposure was the highest rated in a recent University of Texas Health Science Center evaluation of 20 intraoral digital sensors.

“We’ve taken the balance that we struck with SuniRay and optimized it even further,” said Paul Tucker, CEO of Suni Medical Imaging. “Our engineering staff has taken great strides to ensure that everything from the durability to the image quality has been enhanced.”  

According to Suni, it has designed SuniRay2 to achieve its high spatial and contrast resolutions without sacrificing patient comfort or safety.

“Because our engineers and physicists work side-by-side with our marketing, sales, and support staff, we’re able to better understand our customers’ needs and efficiently incorporate them into our sensor designs,” said Arya Azimi, director of marketing.