Sodium Dental is committed to excellence

Excellence is:

  • Innovation in xray sensor repair & high quality dental imaging.
  • Carrying a very specific selection of products that stand out for their quality and value.
  • Creating a new paradigm for customer service, no wait times and no robots answering our phone systems.
  • Creating working environments and compensation that drive the best talent to work here at Sodium Dental to take care of our clients.
  • Staying at the cutting edge of dental technology. Evolving our systems and offerings continuously so that our clients are always future proof.

Sodium’s Latest Articles


So a lot of things cause sensors to fail. This is one we see very often. Offices will sometimes use a clamp or hemostat on a sensor cable near the sensor head. This is incredibly damaging to the sensor cable and will often lead to failure. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA If you do not want to end up having to replace your sensor or pay for a sensor repair then please consider that having your staff use a ring and bar sensor holder kit may annoy them at first but could save you thousands of dollars in failed sensors.If of course you have already done this please click the repair my sensor now link at the top of this page and we will work to repair your sensor. Click here for Sensor Repair … View Post

Dental Technology Pricing and Product Information Is Too Hard To Find

I think we are all pretty comfortable with the ability to go online and research products. If you want to purchase a car, a blender, a cat, or basically any product or service you can usually go online and find user reviews, professional reviews, and scientific comparisons.So why when purchasing items like digital X-Ray sensors, digital Panos, 3D Cone Beam CT units and other dental technology you have to read vague brochures that tell you about how comfortable something is, how easy to use and so on, while never giving you the hard scientific specifications of these devices. One of the most popular sensors on the market is the Dexis Platinum which has now been replaced with the Dexis Titanium and if you go to their website it is incredibly difficult to get the most basic specs you would want out of an imaging sensor. Data such as mega pixels, pixel size, active imaging area and more is not to be found.You get information like line pairs per millimeter but are only provided theoretical data. Why doesn't the company provide images taken from their sensor on a phantom in a real life scenario?Where are the review and comparison sites that use independent testing to compare these diagnostic imaging devices that you count on in your practice? … View Post