Bestselling Dental Film Holders & Mounts in 2020
200pcs Dental X-ray Film Mounts Envelope Sleeves Holder
- Dental materials X-ray film mounts envelope use for storing X-ray films.
- Can distinguish each one by noting on them.
- The small and smart one can manage the film well and will not be in mess.
- A large number of items can be used for a long time.
- Brand new and high quality.
Careshine 3PCS Dental Plastic Snap X-Ray Film Radiograph Holder Clip
- Use this popular film holder for taking excellent bisecting angle radiographs.
- This film holder will improve quality and accuracy of intraoral films.
- For anterior and posterior radiographs.
- Eliminates manual retention of film packet.
- Sturdy precision molded plastic.
Dental X Ray Film Plastic Mounts Adult X 18 Slots Box /100 Pcs DOCHEM
- High Quality
- Fast Shipping
Enshey Dental X-RAY Film Positioning System Complete Kit XCP-DS Type Positioner Holders Locator Dental Paralleling Kit FPS 3000
Annhua 3PCS/Set Plastic Dental Digital Sensor Positioner, X Ray Film Sensor Holder Locator
- Applied for traditional or smaller dental films and wireless imaging plates (digital sensor).
- During taking picture, it`s better to put the film in the exactly position for making the ill tooth image displayed in the middle of the film.
- Reduces Patient's Oral Discomfort and Allows for Better Accuracy and Ease of X-ray Taking Procedure.
- One suit includes 3 Pcs (Left, Right, Upper)
- The sensor holders should be sterilized by disinfectant immersion instead of high temperature sterilization.
Aphrodite 3 PCS Digital X Ray Film Sensor Positioner Holder Dentist Instrument
- 100% brand new and high quality
- High temperature resistant and non-toxic materials
- Can use high temperature sterilization repeated
- Help doctors accurate positioning during filming
- Very convenient and practical
Dental Paralleling Kit With Bite-Wing X-Ray Positioning System Complete Kit
- Note: This item is for X-ray film,NOT for holders for X-ray sensors.
- Fully color-coded and user friendly, and lightweight for patient comfort and easy assembly.
- Aligns film to prevent cont cutting.
- Rounded bite blocks with no sharp edges improves comfort.
- Can be used for anterior, posterior, bitweing and endodontic procedures.
AZDENT Dental Intra Oral X-Ray Positioner System Complete FPS 3000(Multi-color)
- X-Ray Positioner
- 5 Aiming Rings(2*Posterior--Yellow,1*Anterior--Blue,1*Bitewing--Red,1*Endodontic--Green)
- 5 Indicator arms(2*Posterior--Yellow,1*Anterior--Blue,1*Bitewing--Red,1*Endodontic--Chrome(metal))
- 19 Bite Blocks(8*Posterior Bite Block--Yellow,4*Anterior Bite Block--Blue,5*Bitewing Bite Block--Red(2-#2H,1-#2V,1-#0/1H,1-#1V))
- Note: This X-Ray film is available for regular films
Flow Dental 604-209G 4H Greylight X-Ray Mounts, Size 2 (Pack of 100)
- Films are held in place via embossed frames with raised borders
- Loads film easily
- Lock films firmly into place
- Greylight mounts can be imprinted with custom doctor information
- It has 4 horizontal windows
Zinnor Dental X-Ray Complete Positioning System XCP-DS Type Positioner Holders FPS 3000
Mobile CR/DR/Film Image Receptor Holders - Extension Arm Tilt & Rotate, Vertical Clamp
- Extension Arm Tilt & Rotate
- Vertical Clamp
- Channel is 1-1/2" Deep
- Will hold receptors up to 10 lbs.
- NOTE: All returns of this item are subject to a 20% restocking fee. For questions regarding Colortrieve's return policy, please contact us.
1 Set(3 Pcs) Dental Use Digital X Ray Film Sensor Positioner Holder Plastic
- It is used during the taking picture of illness teeth, it help dentists to find the exact position to take pictures to make the illness teeth complete show in the pictures.
- The clamp size can be adjusted for different imaging plates.Reduces Patient's Oral Discomfort and Allows for Better Accuracy and Ease of X-ray Taking Procedure
- Applied for traditional or smaller dental films and wireless imaging plates (digital sensor).During taking picture, it?s better to put the film in the exactly position for making the ill tooth image displayed in the middle of the film.
Love Dental Hygienist 360Â°Rotation Finger Ring Round Stand Grip Mounts Phone Stand Holder/Kickstand
How Safe Are Dental X-rays?
You are exposed to many sources of radiation every day, from the sun, minerals in the soil, your home appliances.
Dentists consider x-rays one of the most useful tools in helping patients maintain good oral health. X-rays help dentists diagnose relatively common disorders such as cavities, periodontal disease and infections, and some of the more uncommon problems, such as cysts, abscesses and tumors.
X-rays can also allow your dentist to determine whether a child's permanent teeth are erupting properly and with correct spacing. In general, children need x-rays more often than adults because their mouths grow and change rapidly, and they are more susceptible to tooth decay than adults.
In today's digital age, dentistry is making great advances in lowering the radiation dose administered during a dental x-ray. In the 1930s and 1940s, the cone used for x-rays covered most of the head and neck. Today, the cone is very small, so radiation is only pointed at the small spot where the x-ray film is located.
Many of the critical organs that might show radiation effects are not in the path of radiation, and the use of lead-lined, full-body aprons protects your body from stray radiation. While your dentist takes this precaution to protect your, stray radiation is almost nonexistent with the modern dental x-ray machines. (By law all x-ray machines in the U.S. are checked for accuracy and safety at least every two years, in some states, more often.) Also, advancements in x-ray film mean that the film requires less radiation to develop the same quality picture.
An even newer advance is digital x-rays using sensors that feed the images to a computer. The digital x-ray system is more sensitive than dental x-ray film systems, so exposure to x-rays is cut by as much as 90 percent.
You are exposed to many sources of radiation every day, from the sun, minerals in the soil, your home appliances. Radiation can damage the body's tissues and cells and can lead to the development of cancer, but fortunately, the radiation to which you are exposed during the taking of dental x-rays is extremely small.
Without the ability to see inside a tooth and beneath the gums, more disease would go unchecked and more teeth would be lost because proper treatment wasn't started in time. If dental problems are found and treated early, dental care is more comfortable and affordable. Dental x-rays are not without risk, but the risk is minuscule compared with the huge diagnostic benefit of keeping your natural teeth healthy and disease free.