Introduction - what is Digora
The Digora uses a wireless sensor plate (size 0 or 2) and the exisiting x-ray units in your office. The sensor plate is placed in the oral cavity like old-fashioned film (even using standard holders!) for any required exposure - anterior, posterior or bite-wings. The timer on your x-ray unit is turned down - usually to the lowest time setting (on a Siemens MD x-ray, set to 3/100ths of a second!). Once exposed, the sensor plate is placed into the Digora scanner, which gives you the x-ray image on the computer screen - in 23 seconds! With the image on the computer screen, you can use the Digora's powerful (yet simple) tools to enhance, measure or print the image.
Digora replaces the need for intraoral films in the Dental Office. Digora's easy to use, specially designed Imaging Plate holders help ensure accurate positioning for paralleling and bisecting angle techniques. Accurate digital bite - wing exposures are achievable. Digora Imaging Plates are available in two convenient sizes, 30mm x 40mm (no. 2 film size) and 21mm x 30mm (no. 0 film size). Digora Imaging Plates are very thin like conventional x-rays films and are wireless making them much easier to place and position into the patient's mouth.
Digora's True resolving power - Improved Diagnostic Image Quality
Digora's unique Digital capture system utilizes "state of the art" Imaging Plate Acquisition Technology (IPAT) to provide the highest quality digital image. Digora's high image quality is the result of a sophisticated, and well balanced image acquisition and processing system. To produce and maintain high quality diagnostic digital images, Digora utilizes a broad spectrum dynamic range, very good signal to noise ratio, and system intelligence with true resolving power.