cameras have come a long way since they became more visible
in the mid 1990's. They are certainly not your grandfather's
Oldsmobile any more. However, we often ask ourselves why a
lot of intraoral cameras demand heafty prices comparing with
common consumer name brand digital cameras that have much
higher image resolutions and sophistications? Does any of
these intraoral cameras offer anything special other than
the fact that they shape like a tooth brush? While we cannot
guess the true answers for these vendors but we know our goal
is to make our intraoral cameras as affordable as the household
digital cameras. We are going to show you we can do it in
Yankee Dental Congress
31, Boston, in January 2006 (Booth
you shop for intraoral cameras, please ask yourself what do
you really need from this device. You have the following questions
to ask yourself:
Do you only need it to display the dental images to TV to
educate your patients?
• Do you need to compare before/after images within
one patient visit (so you don't have to save images)?
• Do you need to retrieve the historical images to show
historical trend and treatment?
• Do you need to capture and store the images for record
keeping or for insurance claims?
• Do you need to share the images with your associates
• Do you need to share more workload with your front-desk
assistants so they can help alleviate your workload thus you
may take care of more patients in a fixed business hours?
above questions are very real but you have to define your
goals first. We believe our solutions can help you achieve
offers three kinds
cameras. The IOCAM1001 and IOCAM2001
are wired intraoral cameras and IOCAM3001
is a wireless intraoral camera. Also, we offer three kinds
of docking controllers that provides different level of sophistications.
Quad Controller provides
frozen pictures with 1,2, or 4 split screens. Image
Snapper saves frozen pictures onto flash memory card and
subsequently upload into computer for archiving. USB
controller helps you to save pictures into computer directly.
strength is that any of the intraoral cameras works well with
any of our controllers. In fact that you may connect the Quad
Controller with Image Snapper to capture and store quad pictures
in a single frame picture on flash memory card. Also, you
may connect the USB Controller with Quad Controller so you
may display up to four frozen pictures on TV for patient viewing
while you snapshot pictures into computer for yourself. On
top of the above, these controllers provide AV input and AV
output sockets so you may even capture and store any composite
video pictures such as ultrasound images or X-ray images into
computer or flash memory card with either a button trigger
or a foot pedal trigger. Our product strategy paves easy migration
and upgrade paths should your needs change in the future.
you only need the intraoral camera for your hygienists to
display pretty pictures on TV, our intraoral camera with quad
controller does the job nicely for you.
you need to capture and save some pictures once a while, you
may use our intraoral cameras with image snapper that captures
800x600-pixel pictures onto flash memory card. You may also
review them on TV, print them using a photo printer, or save
them onto computer for archiving.
you need to process and preserve the images taken as part
of your office workflow, perhaps you need our intraoral camera
with USB controller. This combination really opens a wide
array of possibilities for you and you will enjoy endless
benefits that come with this combination.
of all, all of the above combinations do not break your bank.
We are talking about hundreds of dollars per package, not
thousands. We believe we can fulfill your needs quite readily
and we challenge you to compare.
is very clear, your success
is our success. We offer you the best and
we wish you the best! We will be very happy to explain to
you all these features in greater detail if you would call