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    Vatech PSP Scanner Dental Solution In Dubai

    A PSP (Photostimulable Phosphor) scanner is a type of digital imaging system used in radiography, including dental radiography. PSP technology is an alternative to traditional X-ray film, and it allows for the capture and digitization of X-ray images for diagnostic and analysis purposes. Here’s how a PSP scanner works and its application in dentistry:


    How PSP Scanners Work:

    1. Exposure: During a radiographic procedure, a PSP plate (similar in size and shape to a traditional X-ray film) is placed inside the patient’s mouth, positioned for the desired X-ray view.

    2. X-ray Exposure: The PSP plate is exposed to X-rays, just like traditional X-ray film. X-rays pass through the patient’s tissues and interact with the phosphor crystals in the PSP plate.

    3. Stimulation: After exposure, the PSP plate is removed from the patient’s mouth. The phosphor crystals in the plate store energy from the X-ray exposure.

    4. Scanning: The PSP plate is then placed in a PSP scanner. The scanner uses a laser to stimulate the stored energy in the phosphor crystals, causing them to emit light (stimulated luminescence).

    5. Image Capture: A photosensitive sensor in the PSP scanner captures the emitted light, converting it into a digital image. This digital image can be displayed on a computer screen for viewing and analysis.

     

    Applications in Dentistry: PSP scanners are commonly used in dental radiography for a variety of purposes:

    1. Intraoral Imaging: PSP plates are used for capturing intraoral X-ray images, including bitewing X-rays, periapical X-rays, and occlusal X-rays. These images help dentists diagnose dental conditions, including caries (cavities), periodontal disease, and root canal problems.

    2. Orthodontic Imaging: PSP technology is valuable for orthodontic assessments. Orthodontists use PSP plates to capture cephalometric X-rays, which provide detailed views of the patient’s head and facial structures to aid in orthodontic treatment planning.

    3. Implant Dentistry: PSP plates can be used in implant dentistry for planning and assessing implant placement, ensuring precise and safe procedures.

     

    Advantages of PSP Scanners:

    • Digital Workflow: PSP scanners provide a digital workflow, allowing for efficient image storage, retrieval, and sharing.
    • Lower Radiation Exposure: They typically require less radiation than traditional film-based X-rays.
    • Reusable Plates: PSP plates can be reused after proper sterilization, reducing waste and cost.
     

    While digital X-ray sensors and intraoral scanners have become more common in dental practices, PSP technology is still in use in some settings due to its advantages and familiarity. It provides an effective way to transition from film-based X-rays to digital imaging in dental radiography.

    Vatech Inta Oral Scanner VSP

    Product description

    Vatech VSP is a user-friendly scanner, it's small and light so it can be set up in small-sized dental clinic efficiently. Vatech VSP has a 4-inch LCD touch screen as a high-end device. It provides to show the largest preview image. Ethernet cable enables rapid image transfer from scanner to PC. We developed Vatech VSP as a simple, fast, and easy diagnosis of patients on chairside.

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