XIOSPLUS intraoral sensor system to debut

Aug. 31, 2009
Office integration system from Sirona uses either ethernet or USB modules.

LONG ISLAND CITY, New York--The XIOSPLUS intraoral sensor system from Sirona Dental Systems will make its U.S. debut during the California Dental Association's September session in San Francisco.

The XIOSPLUS system allows practitioners the freedom and flexibility of
capturing digital X-rays by using either an Ethernet or USB module. With Sirona's intuitive SIDEXIS XG software, practitioners can view digital X-rays directly on a computer monitor or the office network without license fees.

The Ethernet (wall module) is easy to integrate into a network. Using its
large-sized multicolor display, the user can confirm patient information prior to taking the image. Various LCD colors indicate the current operational status.

The wall module also allows the user to plug in two sensors simultaneously, helping to ensure that the right sensor is close at hand. The built-in sensor holders also reduce clutter and minimize the risk of damage to the sensors.

The USB module can be connected to a PC as a true "plug-and-play" component, allowing sensors to be used where they are needed. The USB
module also features LED indicators of system status.

Available in two sizes, XIOSPLUS sensors are designed to be robust and
ergonomic. The thin cable connection, beveled edges, and anatomically rounded corners allow for quick positioning in the patient's mouth.

The Active Pixel CMOS sensors (pixel size: 15 µm) achieve a balance between image quality and speed. The automatic preprocessing options in SIDEXIS allow the clinician to select their preferences for a broad spectrum of diagnostic applications.

The California Dental Association's September session will take place Sept. 11-13, 2009, in San Francisco at the Moscone West Convention Center. Sirona
Dental Systems will exhibit the new XIOSPLUS intraoral sensor system at
Booth No. 338.

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