Are intra oral sensors are basically the same for every clinic?
Until now, we have been thinking that the intra oral sensor is just a very basic dental tool that allows us to observe patients’ lesion more closely.
However, as the number of and competition amongst dentists continues to grow, we suddenly thought about “returning to the basics”.
“We have to go back to the importance of the basics. Intra oral sensors are small and basic but important for diagnosis. We have to pay more attention to the quality of the basic in order to survive this competition.”
Are you really satisfied with your sensor?
What is the biggest problem using an intraoral sensor?
Many patients feel so uncomfortable when a hard and rigid sensor irritates their gums and mouth. In severe cases, some patients end up gagging.
This issue has long been a “natural” part of the dental clinic, but we need improve on what is “natural”.
Significant features provide the Best Comfort.
The normal shape of our arch is not squared, but rounded. For the incisor area, the inclination of tooth may differ from person to person, and the image we see is flat while a human’s arch is three-dimensional.
That’s why getting a clear intra oral image with a rigid and flat sensor can be difficult.
We found the answer in the experience.
Along the way toward patient comfort, comfort-oriented innovation has started. And we finally figured out that all the innovations come from experience. In our process to help patient comfort, we have learned that experience helps innovation.
By making it soft, we will bring this innovation into your practice for the best comfort.
Introducing the new generation of Intra-Oral Sensors
Now, the Generation of Soft Sensors has begun. The change in detail will bring you many benefits.
Calm your worries and simply focus on your practice!
Want to be free from errors?
You and your staff will waste valuable time with your patient when these errors occur, and cause an interference with your diagnosis.
Optimized positioning is the most important key to image acquisition
The EzSensor Soft is shaped for the arch.
A typical rigid sensor is hard to position towards the premolar and molar areas, whereas with the EzSensor Soft, you can easily position its rounded-edge design and
Silicone material to fit anatomically during use.
As it clings to the patient’s rounded arch softly, the ergonomically curved shape prevents the sensor from slipping in the mouth. This not only helps the patients feel less pain.
Soft edges reveal the hidden area
EzSensor Soft’s soft edge let your staff position the sensor easier than before and the alignment with the X-ray source could be well adjusted accordingly.
This reduces the overlap between each tooth, and as a result, you can check the hidden area on the image.
EzSensor Soft lets you and your team make a precise diagnosis.
Soft touch ensures ultimate patient comfort
Feeling warm with Biocompatible silicone
The sensor is designed with a soft exterior and a Uni-body with the cable.
EzSensor Soft’s patient-oriented design is suitable for even small arches.
Ergonomically rounded and cut edge
Every Doctor has sensitive patients. Like…
Mandibular torus (pl. mandibular tori) is a bony growth in the mandible along the surface nearest to the tongue. Mandibular tori are usually present near the premolars and above the location of the mylohyoid muscle’s attachment to the mandible.
In particular, some patients could go through severe pain and gagging due to their irritated tori.
Doctors should give more attention when positioning. The EzSensor Soft can be the best choice for these kinds of patients thanks to its softness.
Furthermore, our ‘EzSoft’ cone indicator is designed to maximize patient comfort and sensor positioning.
The softer claw lets you finely adjust the tension and the stiff bite block & arm ensures positioning accuracy by sustaining its original angle(90’) against the masticatory force.
Experience different image quality
Emulsion scratches and plate scanning delays have a significant effect on pixel intensity degradation and the ability to detect occlusal caries.
EzSensor Soft’s superior image quality is guaranted via high-definition and a theoretical resolution of 33.7lp/mm associated to a 14.8μm pixel size. With noise and artifact suppression, EzSensor Soft provides the most clear and consistent images possible.



EzSensor Soft



Pixel Size 30 μm (High)60 μm (Low) 23 μm (High)30 μm (Low) 14.8 μm

Top Class Durability – Drop Resistant
EzSensor Soft is the most durable sensor available. Usually, when a sensor is accidentally dropped or stepped on, it succumbs to damages.
EzSensoft’s soft rubberlike exterior can help prevent that! It can withstand external impact like dropping and thus reduce the risk of damage.
You can keep your EzSensor Soft as clean as possible with ease.
Top Class Durability – Bite Resistant
The image above is a biting test taken at the product development stage. In this test, we applied a force of 50N for 100 times to the sensor in both the top and bottom directions. This test is a experimental reproduction of the tooth masticatory movement.
As a result of experiment, it was founded that the EzSensor Soft is not damaged, even though a force of 50 N (about 5 kgf), which is greater than the masticatory force, was
applied to the sensor.
Top Class Durability – Cable Bending
As the cable of the sensor often interferes with taking an intra oral image of molar, there are many users who use the cable in a specific direction. To sort this problem out, we conducted a cable bending test like bending Up, Down, Left, Right at the development stage. In particular, the sensor’s strain relief (the connection between the cable and the sensor module) is designed to be durable enough.
Highest level of Ingress, Solids, Liquids Protection




Ingress Protection First Digit: Solids Protection Second Digit: Liquids Protection

EzSensor Soft rated IP68, which classifies the sensor to have complete protection against contact from dust and long periods of immersion under pressure. With this level of protection, the sensor can be soaked into sterilant for the sterilization from microorganisms such as Streptococcus Mutans and Mycobacterium Tuberculosis.
Optimized positioning provides you Time Efficiency
Process Time Difference : Intraoral Sensor VS. Film & IPS
In general, it takes 16 minutes(960 sec.) to view one
film image. For IPS, maximum 167 sec. are needed for handling and scanning (scanner processing) prior to the final viewing
of the radiographic image. However, the Intra oral sensor requires only three steps – setting, positioning, and exposure – to monitor the image and these 3 steps take about 20 seconds in total. Doctors can save more time with the EzSensor Soft, as it provides optimized positioning with ease.
Who wouldn’t want a clean, modern and spacious clinic?
Film users need to have physical space for film storage and a dark room to chemically process X-ray film images. However, in the case of intraoral sensors, doctors only need a small space for a PC and monitor to view the images.
Clinicians can transform the dark room and file storage room into a patient’s
waiting room or a reception space.

Post time: May-13-2021