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Merriam Webster’s Dictionary defines the word revolutionary as “constituting or bringing about a major or fundamental change.” And that’s exactly what Schick Technologies has done by introducing WiFi to its Elite sensor range.

Now, it’s easier than ever for dental professionals to take patient X-rays. No more cables or wiring. No more being tethered to the computer. Instead, the Schick WiFi Interface (which is about the size of a miniature flashlight) provides power to the CDR Elite Sensor, acquires an image and transfers that image to the PC workstation where it can be displayed, reviewed and stored. In fact, any dental office that currently uses Schick CDR Elite sensors can purchase a WiFi kit and convert their technology without adding a new sensor.

There are many benefits to Schick WiFi. Dental professionals have 360-degree access to the patient in the dental chair with no computer cables blocking the way. Schick WiFi integrates Schick AimRight, a unique positioning tool that ensures precise and optimal X-ray images. In addition, the system can be moved quickly and easily between operatories because Schick WiFi’s RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) provides instant communication between the sensor and computer without a USB connection. And, all patient data and images are stored in a secure file.

Patterson Dental prides itself on providing the latest technology to its customers – particularly in the digitization of dentistry. Schick WiFi is another example of our promise to bring you products that will improve the quality and profitability of your practice and the patient experience. Why not revolutionize your practice with this exciting, new technology today?

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