Flashlight-software feature unveiled

Nov. 1, 1998
Schick Technologies recently added another feature to its intuitive software, CDR Flashlight, a revolutionary advancement that allows the doctor to pinpoint decay on a Schick CDR X-ray image. This decay-hunter function allows dentists to instantly highlight areas of decay, as if "illuminating" an area of the image with a flashlight. Potential trouble spots become easier to see, greatly enhancing the diagnosis.

Schick Technologies recently added another feature to its intuitive software, CDR Flashlight, a revolutionary advancement that allows the doctor to pinpoint decay on a Schick CDR X-ray image. This decay-hunter function allows dentists to instantly highlight areas of decay, as if "illuminating" an area of the image with a flashlight. Potential trouble spots become easier to see, greatly enhancing the diagnosis.

For additional information on CDR Flashlight, Schick CDR, or any other features, call (888) 4SCHICK. Visit the Schich Technologies Web site at http://www.schicktech.com.

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