|Packaging Type||Packaging Box|
|Size||30.5 * 40.5 mm|
|Types Of X-Ray Films||Wet Xray Films|
|Size||22 * 35 MM|
|Total No Of Films||100|
We have carved a niche amongst the most trusted names in this business, engaged in offering a comprehensive range of Carestream Pedo Dental X Ray Film.
The Carestream Pedo IOPA Dental Intra Oral X Ray Film has been stupendously successful since the launch more than 100 years ago being the market’s highest consumed film ever. INSIGHT is the standard for intraoral imaging. A true F-speed film, INSIGHT delivers excellent and consistent image quality through exclusive T-Grain emulsion technology and requires up to 60% less radiation per exposure. Its called the INSIGHT IP-01 Size 0. Did you know it was called Kodak Intra Oral Pedo Dental Film? Size is
|Size||57 * 76 mm|
Pioneers in the industry, We offer carestream (kodak) Occlusal Dental X Ray Film. We are a highly acknowledged organization, engaged in presenting a remarkable range of Carestream Occlusal Dental X Ray Film.
Price Range: Call us for the per Unit price or bulk buy
For over 100 years, dental practitioners have turned to Kodak Dental Film for their imaging needs—and this tradition of excellence continues today as Kodak Dental Film becomes Carestream Dental Film. Its called the INSIGHT IO-041 Size 4. Did you know it was called Kodak Occlusal Dental Film?
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|Size||5 * 12,6 * 12 Inch|
|Types Of X-Ray Films||T-MAT G/RA film|
To meet the various requirements of the customers, we are involved in offering a wide assortment of Carestream OPG X RAY Film.
This broad selection of extraoral dental film and matching screens can be used for all panoramic, TMJ, and cephalometric dental applications. Expect superb image quality and high resolution with no loss of film speed thanks to Carestream Dental’s patented technologies. Designed for use with green-emitting screens, T-MAT G/RA film is a high-contrast film with excellent image detail. Its called the Dental OPG T-MAT G/RA & has 50 films inside. Did you know it was called Kodak OPG Extra Oral Dental Film?