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Intraoral Camera
Created by udent on 2/2/2008 12:00:00 AM

An intraoral camera is a small pen shape device that fits easily in the patient's mouth, once positioned by the dentist, it sends images to a monitor, so that the patient's teeth and gums appear in a full-color image, and a picture of the image can be printed out.


What is an intraoral camera?

An intraoral camera is a small pen shape device that fits easily in the patient's mouth, once positioned by the dentist, it sends images to a monitor, so that the patient's teeth and gums appear in a full-color image, and a picture of the image can be printed out.

What is the advantage of the device?

The intraoral camera allows the patient to view their teeth and gums and help them understand the necessary treatment diagnosed by the dentist.

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