At Suni Medical Imaging, all of our intraoral and extraoral imaging and software is backed by professional support services, and we stand behind our products. Our digital dental sensors are designed to produce high-resolution images with an X-ray dose that is only a fraction of the radiation produced in traditional X-ray film. Take an inside look at our digital dental sensors by reviewing the Dr. Suni Plus Sensor specifications.
Dental X-rays are essential for determining the status of a patient’s oral health and diagnosing issues with the teeth, gums, and jaw. But traditional X-rays are often uncomfortable for the patient and difficult for dentists to reliably access, and they can even emit potentially dangerous levels of radiation. For intraoral X-rays with wide dynamic range, X-ray dose efficiency, and superior imaging capacities, look no further than Suni digital dental sensors. Our innovative size 0 digital dental sensor is only 32.5 x 25.6 mm to ensure maximum patient comfort while still boasting an active area of 26.01 x 20.97 mm.
For the same Suni CCD sensor technology with a wider active area, opt for a Size 1 Suni digital dental sensor. The Suni Size 1 sensor is differentiated by a slightly larger sensor of 39.5 x 26 mm to offer maximum range and high-resolution images. Like all Suni digital X-ray products, the Size 1 sensor produces a high-quality, low-radiation image that ensures diagnostic efficiency.
The Size 2 Dr. Suni Plus Sensor is 43.5 mm by 31.5 mm for an active area of 36 x 25.97 mm. The Size 2 sensor achieves the same maximum gray levels of 4096 to ensure diagnostic efficacy. All sizes of Suni sensors and cables are crafted from biocompatible materials that fully comply with ISO standards and EN ISO-10993.
Could your dental office can benefit from digital X-rays and dental sensors? To discuss our innovative products with an informed sales representative, call Suni Medical Imaging today at (866) 473-1006. You can also visit us online to check out our offers and learn more about how our dental sensors, cameras, and software produces high-resolution digital images.