Used Dental X-Ray Phosphor Plate Scanner | Gendex DenOptix

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The DenOptix digital imaging system is intended for use as a digital dental x-ray system. A phosphor plate is placed in a patient's mouth instead of film or sensors during the x-ray procedure, and the plate is then scanned through the DenOptix machine. The DenOptix sends the x-ray image from the phosphor plate to a computer for processing.

  • Utilizes reusable phosphor plates
  • Scans a full mouth series in as little as 4 seconds per image  
  • Benefits: 
  • Easy to convert an existing film-based x-ray to digital using this system
  • Phosphor plates position just like film so staff training is minimal
  • Lowers the price of dental imaging by eliminating the need for costly film, chemistry, and film processors
  • Reduces x-ray processing time


    • Do not reuse the barrier envelopes.
    • Never open or override the lid lock when the scanner is in use or plugged in.
    • Do not autoclave the imaging plates.
    • Do not leave unscanned, exposed imaging plates in light.
    • Do not scratch the imaging plates.
    Technical Specifications: 
    • Dimensions (inches): 15.5 x 19.4 x 10.8
    • Weight (lb.): 35
    • Power requirements: 100-240V, 50-60Hz
    • Operating temperature: 59° to 95° F