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Custom Image Filtering Technology: Tuxedo Digital Intraoral Sensor

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Not every image is created equal; various custom image filtering options are required to produce an image that directly coincides with the needs of the dental professional. A modern dental practice requires HD imaging technology in order to optimize its practice workflow and ensure a concise, accurate diagnosis and treatment plan for each and every patient that walks through its doors.

The Tuxedo Digital Intraoral Sensor and XrayVision 4 Imaging Software by Apteryx offers a wide array of customized, user-defined optimizations to ensure that our technology works for you in a straightforward, user-friendly capacity. Such optimizations include customized image enhancement filters, personalized default image settings, real-time HD image sharpness and contrast modification, and more.

HD image customizations allow users to select from a range of anatomical image enhancement filters depending on the application in use including: endodontic, periodontic, and dentin-enamel junctions. In addition to image customization options, XrayVision 4 software can also be customized to match your exact needs when acquiring images with the TUXEDO sensor. For example, users are able to define up to four default settings to quickly optimize the sensor’s HD imaging capabilities based on the goals and requirements of the dental professional.

Custom Image Filtering Capabilities for the Modern Dental Practice.

Call us toll free at 1-877-APTERYX for a customized quotation or complete the form below and we’ll contact you.  We can schedule a demonstration of the Tuxedo sensor as well as our XrayVision software and filters, or review our unique, no obligation 30-day trial program.  Your satisfaction is guaranteed.

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Erron S Brady

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