EXM® PSP SCANNER
SMART AND SIMPLE TOP-LOADING DESIGN
Special top-loading design allows for easy image scanning.
Just insert and scan any size plate for any type of clinical situation.
Quick and easy scanning for easy image viewing on a computer display.
CREATE INFINITE POSSIBILITIES
The apixia EXM® PSP Scanner packs tremendous imaging power into a small package. It is tiny enough to fit into the most crowded dental operatories for handy chair side use.
Imaging with Phosphor plates offers all the flexibility and patient comfort of film, combined with the immediacy and environmental benefits of digital radiography
WORK AT ANYTIME, ANYWHERE YOU WANT
The apixia EXM® PSP Scanner can be connected by either USB or ETHERNET. The scanner is suitable for any size clinic and also is supported by a wide variety of 3rd party software. APIXIA® PSP Digital Imaging Software can be installed on any amounts of computers with unlimited licenses. Helpful built-in features make your treatment faster and more accurate.
LASER FAST IMAGE PROCESSING
Imaging is fast and simple.
The smart top-loading design harnesses the power of gravity for simple loading and fuss-free use. In just a short time, the crystal clear radiograph appears on the computer screen, ready for viewing. Simply insert the next exposed plate when ready.
FOUR PHOSPHOR PLATE SIZES FOR VARIOUS ANIMAL STRUCTURES
With the EXM® PSP Scanner, various animal structures such as tooth apices, alveolar bone and dentition can be viewed with different size plates. Possible periodontal disease and calculus can all be seen clearly and diagnosed for comprehensive dental treatment plans.
Moreover, PSP plates are reusable a countless number of times to maximize your investment
VERSATILE PLATE HOLDER CAPTURES EVEN MORE IN ONE RADIOGRAPHY
The EXM® PSP Scanner stitch holder can capture maximum image area by putting four size 3 PSP Plates together in a stitched holder. When capturing images on animals such as snakes, frogs and mice, the stitched holder allows for the entire image to be easily viewed. Lower dosages can also be used when shooting the hands, feet, or joints of small animals with accurate results.