Sodium Dental Guide To Choosing Dental Digital Xray Sensors and Why Line Pairs Per Millimeter Matter
This video is not just an explanation of line pairs per millimeter, but a full discussion on how digital X-Ray sensors work. In the video the information given will explain how dental digital X-Ray sensors convert X-Rays to light and how a CMOS sensors is able to measure those light photons to produce the final image you look at.
In taking away the “mystery” behind dental digital X-Ray sensors it is hoped that the audience will be able to make a more educated decision when purchasing. If the technology is not understood most dentists might be compelled to simply go with the most expensive options hoping that they are superior.
Dentists, should be able to make decisions that result in them getting high quality dental digital xrays without having to resort to paying extremely high prices to do so. Diagnostics and value can go hand in hand with better informed buyers.
This will also show you why so many dental suppliers always want to avoid ever having to actually give any technical information about their sensors, also why they never provide the most scientifically relevant images out of their sensors such as an XRay shot through a Phantom designed for measuring line pairs per millimeter which would show you in the most obvious manner which sensor can produce an image with the highest accuracy.