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Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner — or at Least Dental Stuff

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Win.jpgWhile one old adage says, “You can’t win them all,” another more positive saying goes, “You have to be in it to win it.” From among many dental professionals who clicked to enter DEXIS’ 2016 Sweepstakes, three winning dental offices are excited about using DEXIS™ technologies to create more productive practices.

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Topics: CariVu, sweepstakes, win

DEXcam 4 HD - When Art Meets Science

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Knowing how to connect with patients is an art; treating patients with the most up-to-date technology and clinical techniques is science. Art meets science with the new DEXIS™ DEXcam™ 4 HD intra-oral camera that brings high definition imaging and innovative acquisition software, DEXcapture, to the dental office.

 

 

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Topics: Intra-oral Camera, DEXcam 4 HD

A Single-Size X-ray Sensor That's Just Right

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DEXIS Platinum X-ray Sensor.jpegFinding a sensor that pleases both the patient and the clinician used to be the stuff that fairy tales were made of. With all of the brands out there, some sensors were too big and some were too sharp, and no dental assistant should have to bear those kind of imaging issues. You don’t have to wander among the many brands, until you can’t see the forest for the trees. With the DEXIS™ Platinum sensor, clinicians can capture excellent images with a single-size sensor that fits “just right ” — whether the patient is father-sized, mother-sized, child-sized, or any size in between.

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Topics: Digital X-ray, Digital X-ray Sensor, DEXIS Platinum Sensor, X-ray sensor size

New ADA CDT Code D0600 for Nonionizing Diagnostic Procedures

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ADA CDT Code D0600Caries detection has gained recognition over the years, and the Code Maintenance Committee of the American Dental Association has recently approved an insurance code specifically for a “nonionizing diagnostic procedure capable of quantifying, monitoring, and recording changes in structure of enamel, dentin, and cementum.”1 The new CDT code, D0600, took effect on January 1, 2017.

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Topics: ADA, Caries detection, CariVu, CDT Codes

Give Yourself the Gift of DEXIS and Section 179!

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You better watch out,

You better not cry,

Better not pout,

We’re telling you why…

There’s still time to take advantage of Section 179 of the tax code this year!

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Topics: Section 179