How DentiMax’s “Try Before You Buy” program helps you tune in your dental
With most dental sensors, you plug in the sensor, take dental
DentiMax “dials in” your dental images so that you receive the best possible image from your imaging system. No two x-ray heads are alike. At DentiMax, we understand. So our imaging specialists schedule remote sessions with you and your staff to customize and optimize your imaging.
We will take a couple of dental xrays and dial in the dental image. That way it returns the way that you want it to look. We see exactly what you see on our screens, so you get the best possible image from the sensor.
DentiMax invented and specializes in this approach. Others tried to copy this, but no one can perfect the process like DentiMax.
No problem! The DentiMax Imaging Technical Support team knows and understands technique.
We will help you find the optimal exposure setting on your x-ray head. No matter if you have an older A/C Pulse unit or a brand new D/C millisecond unit, we will help you find your optimal x-ray head settings on each. Especially because most practices have different units in different Ops. Then we’ll apply additional adjustments to the sensor settings in the software. That way the images return consistently looking as great as possible, diagnostic, and just how you want to see them.
With the majority of sensor companies, you will need to schedule an “in office demo.”
You’re probably familiar with the drill already. You know? Where the slick salespeople come out to your office. From there they go over the sales pitch, take a couple of dental xrays, and leave you a contract to sign. You have to make your decision based on a couple of images taken on the sales rep’s laptop. Not even on your own equipment!
DentiMax offers something different. We provide an industry-changing program that some companies have even copied from us. It’s called The Try Before You Buy Program.
Instead of worrying about return policies or a “30 Day Guarantee,” DentiMax will send you a sensor to try in your office for FREE.
You simply need to do the following:
We take the time to install our world-class imaging software. Or set-up the sensor in your existing digital imaging software application. Then our team will demonstrate and train you and your staff on how to use it.
We take the time to dial in dental images with you so that they return looking as great as possible. Not to mention the contrast and sharpness that you want to see.
From there, you are free to use the sensor every day in your practice. Get feedback from your staff on the ease of use, from your patients on the comfort of the sensor. By testing it out, you will see for yourself the Dream Sensor’s quality.
After the trial is up, you can decide if you want to keep the sensor and buy it. Or if it’s not the right time, just send it back, no obligations. Most doctors don’t want to give-up the sensor and decide to buy it. However, if it’s not the right time or not the right fit for your practice, not a problem either. You will have seen for yourself and will keep us in mind for when the time is right. We always look forward and enjoy the time we get to spend with doctors and their staff.
Schedule a “Try Before You Buy” in your office at your convenience. Our team will work with you and your staff to schedule a time to dial in the images. We will install everything for you. You just need to simply connect our team to your computer through the internet. Then we will take care of everything for you. You don’t need an IT person to come into your office.
Once the sensors and software installed on your operatory computer, then we can schedule the time that works for you. It’s often at the same time, sometimes it works better for the doctor and the practice to do them separately. We will take a few dental xrays together and get the images to return exactly as you want to see them. Dialing in the image is something we take the time to do for every one of our customers.
Once you have the images dialed in, feel free to use it daily for your patients’ dental xray needs. Typically dialing in usually takes no more than 30 minutes.