Intraoral X-ray added

Dec. 1, 1997
Schick Technologies, Inc. has added an innovative intraoral X-ray source to its product line. The new addition is the CDR™ DisCovery DC 60/70, an X-ray source that is ideal for use with Schick`s patented Computer Dental Radiography process.

Schick Technologies, Inc. has added an innovative intraoral X-ray source to its product line. The new addition is the CDR™ DisCovery DC 60/70, an X-ray source that is ideal for use with Schick`s patented Computer Dental Radiography process.

CDR™ DisCovery DC 60/70 gives the dentist the precisely timed, direct-current output, with exposures as short as 1/100 of a second, that CDR™ demands. That also means lower radiation dosages for dental patients.

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