Veterinary Dental X-ray Bisecting Angle Finder




Veterinary dentistry x-ray bisecting angle finder.
Models available for Size 0, 1, and 2 digital sensors (size 2 shown).
Veterinary dentistry x-ray bisecting angle finder.
Easy to move reference planes for the teeth and bisecting angle. The red plane remains parallel to the digital sensor so you always know how it is positioned inside the mouth.
Veterinary dentistry x-ray bisecting angle finder.
Set the teeth reference plane, then move the blue bisecting ring in between the red and white reference planes. Align the tube head then translate it to the sensor. Done!
Veterinary dentistry x-ray bisecting angle finder.
Move the tube head from the blue bisecting ring over to the sensor and take the exposure. Imagine getting useful x-rays every time you hit the button!

 

 

I am currenlty working on the product demo video.  For now, here is the story behind this incredible new tool.

Dental x-rays are an area of frustration for many hospitals.  At times the challenge makes you question the need.  So we turn to YouTube videos and countless CE courses designed to finally teach us how to capture good x-rays.  Sometimes this works – during the CE course.  Maybe for a few times afterwards, then it’s back to unusable shots and a lot of frustration.

In our hospital we paid for a talented Tech to come on site and train one of our team members.  It didn’t work well and that team member moved to Arizona.  We were back to square one.  Being a fan of geometry (it goes with the rocket science education) I set my sights on designing a tool that would work the first time, and every time it was used no matter how many weeks it’s been since the last time you needed dental x-rays.

In a few days I had it!  I was so excited bringing this new invention to the hospital for my Doc.  Well, it didn’t go as planned.  My design work using 3D tools and heavy math background had produced something great for all those other math geeks like myself.  About 12 weeks later with a lot of input from my Doc and our team we have a white tooth shaped component to represent the tooth plane.  The bisecting angle is represented by a blue ring shaped component to match your tube head.  Both elements rotate smoothly and hold their position while you align the shot.  It works, it really works!  Hospital tested and developed this patent pending product is ready for your hospital.

What sensor size do you have?  Size 2 is the most common but to save time, print this template to identify your sensor size. Sensor Size Template File



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