QuickRay Digital Dental Sensor
WE GUARANTEE QUICKRAY HAS THE LOWEST PRICING! The QuickRay dental sensor gives you the highest digital dental sensor x-ray resolution, pristine image clarity, connects directly to your computer’s USB port, and no special interface box is needed! The QuickRay USB digital dental sensor offers rounded corners and smooth edges to optimize patient comfort while receiving a dental x-ray. The QuickRay USB dental sensor is also the fastest intraoral dental sensor on the market!
Why Buy From Video Dental Concepts?
- More digital dental imaging history, experience, and innovations than any company
- Established in 1989 and still in the same location
- Best price, guaranteed!
- Longest, easiest warranty
Are you still using film? We can get your images into digital format to view on a computer using our new QuickImage, which is universally compatible along with our QuickRay sensor. Already have digital? PC users with Dexis, Schick, Kodak, etc. will be interested in our compatibility videos.
Warranty on Our Digital Dental Sensors
Paying too Much for Dental Sensors & Dental Sensor Warranties? Purchase with confidence when you are protected by our 7 YEAR NO ANNUAL FEE REPLACEMENT PLAN. QuickRay sensor comes with both a 2 year warranty against defects and a 7 year replacement cost guaranty against accidental damage. No Enrollment Fees and No Annual Fees! Click here to read more about the QuickRay Dental Sensor No Annual Fee Warranty and 7 Year Replacement Plan.
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Will a Quickray Dental Sensor Work With My Software? Our dental sensors work with most major imaging software, including Dexis and Carestream. Watch our video demonstrations of Dexis and with Carestream above.
Our exclusive line of digital dental sensors are designed and manufactured by e2v and are available in different sizes appropriate for children (size 1) or adults (size 2). The thin (less than 1/4″) intraoral dental sensors include a CMOS image sensor chip, CsI Scintillator, electronic circuits, shielding foils, shock absorbers, tough polyamide housing and polyurethane cable.