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xray sensor

Hi guys so our office X-ray sensor broke this weekend and we are searching for a new one. Can anyone recommend a small sensor that patients accept well and the quality of the X-rays are good? We were using a really old schick sensor.



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The new Schick sensors are far superior than their old sensor. I don’t seem to get many complaints about them.

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I agree, the new schick sensors are great! And depending on the software you use, the image on the monitor shows up even faster!

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I’ve only used Kodak sensors so have nothing to compare it to for you. However, patients seem to think they are more comfortable and the quality is far better then our old phosphor plates.

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From someone who has a horrible gag reflex, I feel like Dexis is the most comfortable. The new Schick is better than the old and probably the most compatible with your software if the old Schick is what you had. If you can get a new system. Dexis is the best & have tried them all.

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New schick is great! Same as above!

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I agree with Jody!!! I have tried kodak, schick, and dexis. Dexis provides a great image and is smaller than the other two! I am a big fan!

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Have used them all, but like Dexis the best…corners are rounded and get the fewest pt complaints.

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I prefer the Dexis also.

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Dexis,almost daily the patients will tell me how comfortable it is.

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I use dexis and patients seem to be comfortable with it and I feel the quality of the xrays are good

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I use the old Schick in one office and Dexis in another and Dexis is far superior. Smaller, rounded edges, and the cord is much more flexible.

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