The highest resolution sensor on the market.
The Schick 33 intraoral sensor provides industry-leading theoretical resolution. For consistently crisp, detailed images, no other digital sensor can compare. Many clinicians depend on Schick 33’s superior image quality to meet their diagnostic needs. The Schick 33 Brings an unprecedented level of clarity, sharpness, and detail to digital radiography.
Clarity in its images is the most important feature of the Schick 33. The leading competition sensor has at most 25.6 LP/MM (Line Pairs per Millimeter) while the Schick has 33 LP/MM. This difference delivers industry-leading resolution and quality of scans.
A main concern with many patients is the amount of radiation received from the scans. The Schick 33 exposure is only 0.005 mSv which the same amount of radiation that everyone is exposed to walking around outside. Dental x-rays are one of the lowest radiation dose studies performed. A routine exam which includes 4 bitewings is about 0.005 mSv, which is less than one day of natural background radiation. It is also about the same amount of radiation exposure from a short airplane flight (~1-2 hrs).
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