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.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

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.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Mission Viejo, CA, August 29, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Lensiora, an Intraoral camera manufacturer based in Mission Viejo, California is announcing the release of the 2019 model of their flagship product: Lensiora HD Intraoral Camera.
According to MouthWatch founder and CEO Brant Herman, "We launched the Mouth- Watch RDH Buyer's Club as a limited time, ADHA Annual Conference opportunity to make it easier for hygienists to own the one piece of equipment that can have the biggest positive impact on their job performance, standard of patient care and reinforcing their value to the practice--an intraoral camera!" Getting into the RDH Buyer's Club requires no membership fees purchasing quotas or long-term commitments, and participants need not have attended ADHA Annual Conference.
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Taiwanese company Abeltech won a pre-show Best Choice award for its Cloud Intraoral camera, which is shaped like a toothbrush and videos the inside of the user's mouth, linking the high-definition footage to smartphones and tablets.
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The evaluation of caries was performed using an intraoral camera (760,000 pixels, D60204449 RF System, Japan) and a DIAGNOdent device (DiagnoDent, KaVo, Biberach, Germany).
* The Project: Determine the best method with which to attach the image sensors of an intraoral camera.

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