Schick AE intraoral sensor combines the exceptional resolution of 33 lp/mm theoretical resolution with optimized data read-out and innovative filtering functions to enhance diagnostic capabilities. Through new enhancements, relevant anatomical structures are highlighted to support an accurate and detailed diagnosis. Increased sensor sensitivity and an enhanced low-dose optimized exposure spectrum allow for optimal visibility and diagnostics at reduced exposure.
Schick AE outshines the competition with its enhanced diagnostics, ease of use, and robust durability. With optimized data read-out and exclusive innovative filtering functions to maximize the diagnostic potential, you get superior image quality to support your diagnosis. This is why 85% of dentists prefer Schick AE’s image quality and diagnostic capabilities when compared to Kavo Kerr’s portfolio.
By enabling patient-centered experiences, greater practice efficiency, and the opportunity for procedural expansion, it’s an integral partner in helping you build a successful practice and provide more healthy smiles.
The Schick AE sensor offers me excellent image quality. I get a solid basis for a safe and accurate diagnosis of my patients, even in lower X-ray dose ranges. Handling digital X-ray images with the Schick AE sensor is also extremely simple. The images are immediately available and ready for treatment assessment without a lot of additional steps, helping me to keep an efficient workflow. Dr. Leonard Patella, Garden City, NY
This new dental x-ray sensor features the company’s new Advanced Exposure technology which reportedly “combines market-leading image quality with advances in filtering enhancements and a broadened exposure spectrum, granting a solid base for safe diagnostics, even in lower x-ray dose ranges.”
These new advanced image processing algorithms supplement the proven theoretical resolution of 33 lp/mm creating a clearer diagnosable image output. According to the company, additional details become visible at first sight, and previously under and overexposed image areas are considerably reduced. Even fluctuations in radiation or suboptimal exposure settings are counterbalanced.
X-rays produced with the Schick AE intraoral sensor are instantly available for diagnosis as a result of an accelerated read-out and improved data transfer via a new USB 3 interface.
The Schick AE is compatible with the Sidexis 4 imaging software.
Schick AE Benefits
- Superior image quality with dedicated diagnostic filtering
Schick AE provides a theoretical resolution of 33 lp/mm and a 15 μm pixel size. In combination with dedicated filters and the enhanced dynamic range, supporting consistent image quality, you get superior X-rays to support your diagnosis.
- In-Office replaceable cable technology
All sensors use reinforced silicon-coated replaceable cable technology. Available in 3 ft., 6 ft. and 9 ft. to fit your unique operatory needs.
- Improved USB data transfer
The use of Schick AE sensors in combination with the new USB 3 interface allows for accelerated information read-out and optimized data transfer. Protected connection plugs provide additional durability in daily practice use.
- Robust design and security of investment
Premium materials, high-standard production processes, and a durable design equipped with an ultrasonically welded sensor can, a coated cable and an additional replacement cable, have been engineered and tested to withstand years of regular daily use ensuring a long product life cycle.
- Multiple options to fit your practice needs
3 sensor sizes, 3 cable lengths, and USB connectivity – the modular design allows for true customization of your sensors to fit your individual needs and practice requirements.
Elevate your intraoral imaging with Schick AE
Schick AE outshines the competition by providing the highest-rated intraoral image quality and enhanced diagnostics1, ease of use, and comes with a replaceable cable for zero-day downtime. And by enabling patient-centered experiences, greater practice efficiency, and the opportunity for procedural expansion, it’s an integral component to helping you build a successful practice and provide more healthy smiles.
Three sensor sizes
Schick AE sensors are available in three different sizes:
- Size 2: Adult bitewing and single tooth images
- Size 1: Single tooth images for smaller adults, patients with a shallow palate and bitewings for larger children
- Size 0: Pediatric images
- Overall dimensions- Size 0: 23.6 x 32 x 7.5 mm
- Overall dimensions- Size 1: 25.4 x 38.3 x 7.5 mm
- Overall dimensions- Size 2: 31.2 x 43 x 7.5 mm
- Physical pixel size: 15 μm
- Theoretical resolution: 33.3 l;/mm
- Measured resolution: 28 lp/mm
- Sensor cable length: Up to max 2.7 m
USB Module specs
- USP port: Version 3
- Power supply: via USB port