X-ray Equipment

Provide the best care for every patient with dental X-ray instruments and accessories from DuraPro Health. Our collection features a variety of film and digital dental X-ray units which can be used to view the teeth and bone structure in vivid detail. From digital panoramic X-rays and 3D imaging systems to portable X-ray machines, we have plenty of options for general practitioners, orthodontists and endodontists. Learn more about our selection of dental X-ray machines and accessories at DuraPro Health.

Find the Right Fit for Your Practice

Every dental practice has unique needs when it comes to their services, budget and space. With plenty of X-ray equipment to choose from on our website, you’re sure to find something that works for you and your patients. For those with limited square footage, for example, a wall-mounted dental X-ray machine can save space. Smaller digital X-ray sensors are useful for working with pediatric patients. For more complex procedures, such as extractions or root canals, a cone beam X-ray machine provides a three-dimensional image that allows for better treatment planning. Get helpful tips for finding exactly what you need to help your patients get the results they want in our Dental X-Ray Machines Buying Guide.

New and Used Dental X-Ray Equipment

Because dental X-ray equipment is so critical to choosing the best treatments for each patient, it’s important to choose high-quality, reliable equipment for your practice. At DuraPro Health, we’re proud to offer X-ray machines and accessories from some of the most trusted names in the industry. You’ll find products from brands like Carestream, RayScan, Acteon, Gendex, Instrumentarium, Soredex, Owandy, Vatech and more. In addition, a dental X-ray unit costs less here as compared to what you’ll find elsewhere, making it easier to provide the best patient care. You can also check out our selection of certified pre-owned used dental X-ray equipment for sale, which costs less than new models by 40% to 60%. Start browsing now to find affordable and reliable equipment for your practice at DuraPro Health.

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Acteon Sopro PSPIX Digital Phosphor Plate Scanner
Call for Availability 8,198.00 7,378.20 7378.2 USD
ScanX Classic Digital Scanner
3,998.00 3,398.30 3398.3 USD
Air Techniques ScanX IO Intraoral Digital Scanner
3,498.00 2,973.30 2973.3 USD
Dentamerica Apixia PSP Scanner
7,598.00 6,838.20 6838.2 USD
Corix 70 Plus KVP X-ray
2,998.00 2,698.20 2698.2000000000003 USD
Gendex 770 X-ray
3,463.00 2,943.55 2943.55 USD
Progeny JB-70 X-ray
3,883.00 3,300.55 3300.55 USD
Belmont 096 X-ray
3,463.00 2,943.55 2943.55 USD
Instrumentarium FOCUS™ Intraoral X-ray
3,253.00 2,765.05 2765.05 USD
Owandy-RX Intraoral X-ray system
3,498.00 3,148.20 3148.2000000000003 USD
Belmont Belray II Intra-oral X-ray
3,778.00 3,211.30 3211.3 USD
Gendex Expert DC Periapical X-ray
3,568.00 3,032.80 3032.8 USD
Belmont PHOT-X II Periapical X-ray
3,568.00 3,032.80 3032.8 USD
SuperVista Digital Intraoral Camera
598.00 538.20 538.2 USD
Acteon Sopro 617 Intraoral Camera
Call for Availability 1,498.00 1,348.20 1348.2 USD
Kodak/Carestream CS1500 Intraoral Dental Camera
1,200.00 1,020.00 1020.0 USD
Acteon Sopro 717 First Intraoral Camera
Call for Availability 4,198.00 3,778.20 3778.2000000000003 USD
Acteon SoproCare Intraoral Diagnostic Camera
Call for Availability 4,698.00 4,228.20 4228.2 USD

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What are the 3 types of X-ray machines?

Three types of X-ray machines commonly used in dentistry are:
  • Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) X-rays: These X-ray machines can provide 3D images of teeth, bone structures and surrounding tissue that can be viewed from just about any angle. They are frequently used for diagnosing TMJ disorders, sleep apnea, sinus problems and other issues involving the mouth and jaw.
  • Digital panoramic X-rays: This type of X-ray machine can produce detailed digital images very quickly. Digital panoramic X-rays are helpful for mapping out the teeth for braces or extractions.
  • Periapical X-rays: This type of X-ray machine focuses in on smaller areas of the mouth, such just two or three teeth at a time, which is helpful in diagnosing and treating issues like infections and abscesses.

How does a dental x-ray machine work?

Most dental X-ray machines used today employ digital technology for faster image development and easy computer storage. Compared to film X-rays, there’s also far less exposure to radiation. Digital X-ray images are produced using a sensor that is connected to a computer. The sensor is placed inside the mouth and the machine is positioned near the sensor to capture the image.

How much do dental machines cost?

The cost of dental machines can vary dramatically depending on what type of equipment you need to purchase. Dental X-ray equipment, for example, can cost $10,000 or more. At DuraPro Health, you can save 40% to 60% by purchasing professionally refurbished dental equipment.

What is difference between CT and CBCT?

The difference between CT and CBCT X-rays is the shape of the beam. CT scanners produce a fan-shaped beam, while CBCT machines produce a cone-shaped beam, which can produce higher-quality images with a greater level of detail.

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