Gendex Dental introduces SRT to Cone Beam 3D

Feb. 20, 2013
SRT stands for Scatter Reduction Technology

Hatfield, PA - Gendex introduces SRT, Scatter Reduction Technology, to its award-winning GXDP-700™ Cone Beam 3-D system. This new feature allows clinicians to reduce artifacts caused by metal or radio-opaque objects such as restorations, endodontic filling materials, and implant posts.

The use of SRT image optimization technology delivers 3-D scans with higher clarity and detail around scatter-generating material. SRT represents a significant aid when 3-D scans are required for a variety of procedures from endodontic to restorative and the post-surgical assessment of implant sites.

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"We continue to make significant investments in research and development to bring new, meaningful innovations to the market," says Mike Bosha, senior product manager for Gendex. "Our proprietary SRT technology further enhances the diagnostic capabilities of the modular GXDP-700 Series."

The activation of SRT is very simple. When a scan is prescribed near a known area of scatter generating material, the user only needs to select the SRT button from the GXDP-700 touchscreen interface to use this new optimization technology.

Gendex will unveil the new SRT technology at the Midwinter Dental Meeting in Chicago. In booth #4200, Gendex will showcase the GXDP-700 cone beam 3-D system with the new SRT image optimization technology, along with its full line of comprehensive imaging solutions: from digital intraoral sensors and panoramics to intraoral cameras.

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