Many practitioners who would like to digitise x-rays and move towards a paperless practice, worry about integrating the new technology, concerned whether it is compatible with practice management software and if it is cost effective. One solution would be to use existing x-ray holders to expose the flexible digital PSP plate.
Just like a conventional film, drop it into the Apixia PSP Scanner and in less than 10 seconds the crystal clear digital radiograph appears. Insert the next exposed plate when ready while Apixia’s in-line eraser automatically clears the imaging plate ready for immediate re-use, so the image plates can be used hundreds of times. The Apixia imaging software links to any practice management software so the digital x-rays are attached to the patient’s clinical records. No lost images, retakes or bulky storage. Dozens of powerful software features, presented with simplicity and technological elegance that make it incredibly easy-to-use.
If you already have existing imaging software, the Apixia PSP can be easily integrated into it so you don’t have to learn a new program. The Apixia PSP is cheaper than using film and costs the same as just one conventional digital x-ray sensor. So you can replace a bulky x-ray sensor with film sized #0, #1, #2 and #3 image plates. Imaging with PSP plates offers all the flexibility and patient comfort of film, combined with the immediacy and environmental benefits of digital radiography, simply the best of both worlds.
The new Apixia PSP from Digital Dental, the UK’s leading independent digital imaging company, is the most compact and cost effective CR Scanner you can buy. Small enough to fit into the most crowded surgery for handy chairside use, yet robust enough to be placed in a central location for use by the entire practice, it is the ideal scanner for any size dental practice. It is so easy to learn, your practice could be experiencing all of the benefits of digital X rays in under an hour. For further information telephone Digital Dental on 0800 027 8393, email email@example.com or visit www.digitaldental.co.uk