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Kodak Carestream Dental

Improve your imaging capabilities with the help of Carestream Kodak dental X-rays, sensors and cameras from DuraPro Health. As one of the industry’s leading digital imaging device manufacturers, Carestream allows dental professionals to expand their offerings for patients and provide the best care possible. Carestream’s systems are designed to deliver some of the clearest and most detailed X-ray images, which makes it possible for dentists and other specialists to make more accurate diagnoses and treatment plans. Learn more about why you should consider choosing a Kodak Carestream X-ray device for your practice.

Types of Carestream Kodak Imaging Devices

Carestream Dental offers an incredible variety of dental imaging options. The manufacturer’s panoramic dental X-ray imaging device are some of the most popular in the industry. The crisp images assist in planning for dentures, braces and extractions, among other common dental treatments. Their cone beam digital X-ray options offer some of the most vivid 3D images currently available, which makes them particularly useful for the assessment and planning of surgical implants, root canals and other complex procedures. For orthodontics, Carestream’s cephalometric X-ray equipment offers comprehensive radiographic images of the side of the face. Kodak Carestream also makes intraoral scanners as well as associated sensors to be used with their devices for imaging purposes.

New and Refurbished X-Ray Systems

While dental X-ray systems are one of the biggest investments you’ll ever make for your practice, Carestream Kodak equipment offers an exceptional value. In addition, you can get even more savings by choosing one of our refurbished imaging systems from this highly respected manufacturer. These devices offer an impressive savings of 40 to 60%, ensuring that you can get top-of-the-line dental equipment at a fraction of the cost. Shop at DuraPro Health today to find the right X-ray equipment for your dental offices.

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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.