Intraoral Digital Imaging
Explore intraoral digital radiography solutions
Intraoral at a Glance
Whether you’ve been in the field of dentistry for a few months or a few decades, intraoral dentistry has been a vital part of your practice portfolio. Here, a film or sensor is placed inside the patient’s mouth to get a complete picture of the oral maxillofacial region. As your trusted partner, Patterson has a variety of ways to expedite X-rays without sacrificing quality of care.
Intraoral Radiograph Types
Used to visualize the crowns of posterior teeth and examine for interdental or recurrent caries.
Periapicals (posterior and anterior)
Generally used to capture the tip of the root on film to determine the cause of pain. Allows dentists to visualize the tooth as well as the surrounding bone.
The occlusal view reveals the skeletal anatomy of either the floor of the mouth or the palate.
Our Intraoral Solutions
No more waiting for image exposure – experience immediate processing with our range of digital sensors.
Easy-to-use method requires minimal training to get started. Enjoy a familiar film-style workflow, with faster results.
Use these wall-mounted or handheld units to quickly capture flawless X-ray images. Identify infections, abscesses and even small cysts and tumors.