intraoral camera

in·tra·o·ral cam·er·a

(in'tră-ōr'ăl kam'ĕr-ă)
A camera that uses a small wand to take digital pictures (still or video) in the oral cavity for immediate viewing by the dental staff and patient. This method allows for viewing small areas that would be difficult to see without the camera's use.

in·tra·o·ral cam·er·a

(in'tră-ōr'ăl kam'ĕr-ă)
Photographic device that uses a small wand to take digital pictures in the oral cavity for immediate viewing by dental staff and patient.
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In 2010 the pair launched the IOS FastScan intraoral scanning system for creating digital impressions, which features a lightweight, handheld intraoral camera that moves automatically while scanning.
The intraoral camera allows viewing and saving the entire teeth structure on computers.
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The Project: Determine the best method with which to attach the image sensors of an intraoral camera.
In 1997, the company entered the medical industry when it developed a wireless intraoral camera, a dental instrument that dentists use to show patients the inside of their mouths on a monitor during treatment.
The Dentrix ImageCAM was also recently named the number one computer-integrated intraoral camera by an independent, non-profit dental products testing laboratory.

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