SOTA Imaging's Clio Prime

SOTA Imaging

SOTA Imaging's Clio Prime

The Elite Digital X-Ray Sensor

Diagnostic Imaging X-ray

Do you know anyone using SOTA Imaging's Clio Prime?

Clio Prime delivers consistently exceptional diagnostic images. With EveryShot technology, you can use any handheld x-ray or wall mount unit. No matter the source, EveryShot effectively eliminates under- and overexposure, saving you from time-consuming retakes. EveryShot gives you the best of sensor technology a fiber optic design for low visual noise, CMOS technology for ultra detailed images, and advanced dynamic range for optimal contrast across the radiation spectrum.

Clio Prime’s design is made for effortless positioning throughout an FMX. Clipped corners and beveled edges are anatomically aligned to the oral cavity, making any x-ray orientation effortless. We didn’t stop there. Using the same spirit of innovation, we designed Clio Pedo, the perfect sized sensor for pediatric patients.

The Clio Prime dental sensor is tough. With an incredibly hard outer capsule and shock-absorbing bumpers, it stands up to the rigors of daily use, saving you from expensive replacements. Even the cable is customized so patients bite on the positioner, not the cable. We performed an insane amount of tests to prove longevity for every millimeter of the sensor, then we had them dentist verified.

Features:

  • Superior image quality

  • Fewer retakes, happier patients

  • Consistent images with any x-ray source

SOTA Imaging's Clio Prime

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