Sirona Launching New Schick 33 Sensor, the 'Next Generation of Intraoral Digital Radiography'
Posted on August 16, 2012
LONG ISLAND CITY, NY – On August 14, 2012, Sirona Dental Systems, Inc., announced its launch of Schick 33, a new intraoral digital sensor and image management system, which integrates with existing Schick systems, and according to the company, is the most advanced sensor in dentistry, delivering an unparalleled combination of high-resolution images, dynamic image management.
According to a company issued press release, this new intraoral digital sensor, which has a theoretical resolution limit of 33 line pairs, the highest available on the market, is paired with newly enhanced imaging software that enables dentists to review, store and share images from a variety of clinical perspectives. This combination of enhanced hardware and software provides the dentist with the best possible image quality. Schick 33’s powerful image enhancement software provides practitioners with an unprecedented level of control over enhancements and customizations to its digital images. Among its features are:
Dynamic Image Enhancer that allows users to simply and easily adjust image sharpness
Image Preference Presets feature that give users the ability to adjust image appearance based on diagnostic needs
User-Definable Tasks for multi-clinician practices that make it easy to change settings according to preference or diagnostic task
“Our goal is to provide the highest quality intraoral radiographs instantly in every practice, on every patient, every day,” says Kevin McNulty, Executive Vice President, Sirona Dental Systems, LLC. “Schick 33’s design acknowledges the unique needs of each clinician, allowing them to easily adjust their images to suit their own preferences, as well as to choose the sensor size and configuration that can best enhance the patient experience and improve their practice lifestyle.”
Schick 33 is exclusively sold and serviced in the United States and Canada by Patterson Dental Company.