SOTA Imaging Launches Clio Prime Digital X-Ray Sensor

Posted by SOTA Imaging on 12/7/20

SOTA Imaging announces the debut of the Clio Prime Digital X-Ray Sensor—the culmination of decades of digital x-ray sensor innovation—featuring EveryShot X-Ray Capture technology for superior image quality, a new capsule design for extra durability and easy x-ray positioning, and built-in integration capabilities for a smooth workflow.  

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Topics: Digital X-Ray Sensors

Clio Digital X-Ray Sensors Featured in Clinicians Report

Posted by Frank Holman on 11/19/20

Clio Digital X-Ray Sensors were featured in the November 2020 edition of Gordon J. Christensen Clinicians Report in an article that compares sensors by key features, price, and image quality.

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Dental Occupations Tally Highest COVID-19 Risk Scores

Posted by Frank Holman on 10/12/20

Dental occupations are among the highest risk for exposure to COVID-19, according to an analysis from Visual Capitalist. Dental hygienists measure a risk score of 99.7 and dentists 92.1, with 100 representing the highest possible risk, based on contact with others, physical proximity, and exposure to disease. Dental assistants also topped the list with a risk score of 92.5.

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Topics: Aerosol Reduction

SOTA Store Goes Live! Discounted Dental Supplies At Your Fingertips

Posted by Frank Holman on 10/6/20

SOTA Imaging just launched a new online store with discounted prices on dental equipment from imaging accessories and PPE to entryway thermometers and more.

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COVID-19 Transmitted Through Aerosols: The Evidence Supporting the Claim

Posted by Frank Holman on 9/28/20

The belief that COVID-19 spreads through aerosols has its skeptics, including World Health Organization advisors, but now new research is adding to the assumption that many feared all along—that COVID-19 spreads through the air.

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Topics: Aerosol Reduction

ADA Responds to WHO: Dentistry is Essential

Posted by Frank Holman on 8/12/20

The American Dental Association (ADA) respectfully yet strongly disagrees with the World Health Organization’s (WHO) recommendation to delay “routine” dental care in certain situations due to COVID-19.

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How to Test Your Dental Imaging Equipment When Reopening Your Practice

Posted by SOTA Imaging on 5/15/20

As dental practices reopen, now is a great time to test your imaging equipment to make sure you are prepared to see patients again.

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Five Tips for a Successful Dental Office Reopening

Posted by Frank Holman on 5/6/20

Dental practices in states like Florida and Virginia are slowly but surely reopening, providing a glimpse into the not-so-distant future when offices across the county emerge from the broad closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic and resume patient care.

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ADA Offers Guidance as States Ponder Reopening

Posted by Frank Holman on 4/20/20

The American Dental Association (ADA) issued guidance for dentists in states that are considering reopening, as the federal government released guidelines for opening up America again.

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Courage Versus Fear in Dentistry and Beyond

Posted by Dr. Tyler Williams on 4/13/20

Due to the coronavirus panic early in March, my weekend plans for an anniversary getaway to Lake Tahoe that my wife and I had been looking forward to were cancelled.

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CDA President Shares How Dentists Can Engage in the Fight Against COVID-19

Posted by Frank Holman on 4/9/20

Governor Gavin Newsom issued an executive order last week under which dentists are considered essential health care providers and are encouraged to join a statewide initiative to respond to COVID-19. Dr. Richard Nagy, CDA President, appeared on ABC 7 Los Angeles to share how dentists can join the effort, called the California Health Corps.

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CDC Updates Guidelines for Treating Emergency Dental Patients

Posted by Frank Holman on 4/9/20

On April 7, 2020, the CDC issued revisions to its “Interim Infection Prevention and Control Guidance for Dental Settings During the COVID-19 Response.” 

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Closing Your Dental Office? Protect Your Investments with these Checklists

Posted by SOTA Imaging on 3/31/20

As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across the US, increasingly dramatic measures are being taken in an attempt to “flatten the curve.” The American Dental Association (ADA) in mid-March recommended that dentists nationwide postpone elective procedures. If your office is considering temporarily closing its doors, use these distributor checklists to make sure you follow best practices. 

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources for Dental Practices

Posted by SOTA Imaging on 3/26/20

As the dental community bonds together to formulate a response to the impact of the coronavirus, there has been an abundance of information. If you are experiencing information overload, we’ve consolidated a list of resources, categorized by business, practice, and legislative and reimbursement resources. This article will be updated regularly with additional resources.

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SOTA Imaging Responds to COVID-19

Posted by Frank Holman on 3/23/20

During the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, our focus is on the safety and well-being of our employees and community and continued service of our clients. We are providing an update today on the actions taken to date as we focus on health, safety, and business continuity. SOTA Imaging will remain open and has taken the following steps to help you and your practice.

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DentalTechup Reviews SOTA Image Software

Posted by Frank Holman on 2/7/20

Aaron DeForest, DDS, reviewer for DentalTechup, released his review of SOTA Image Software, covering the software’s capabilities, including image capture, ease of use, exporting, and customization.

Here are the top features from Dr DeForest.

1. Intuitive navigation

You can customize SOTA Image to your needs. What’s easy to use about this software is the redundancy. It will always have you select the patient, which allows you to maintain your work. It’s easy to learn.

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Los Altos Dental Continues Tradition of Providing Free Dental Care in Cambodia

Posted by Frank Holman on 2/3/20

How do you give dental care to patients who have poor oral health but think their teeth are fine? That’s the challenge Dr. Bonnie Bateman and her team overcame on their recent dental mission trip to Cambodia.

For over a decade, Dr. Bonnie Bateman and her team have gone on an annual dental mission trip to Cambodia. Their goal is to provide free dental care to Cambodians who lack access to quality dentistry and technology. This year, with the help of SOTA Imaging, they were able to help over 400 patients.

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DentalTechup Reviews Clio Digital X-Ray Sensor

Posted by Frank Holman on 1/15/20

DentalTechup product reviewer, Aaron DeForest, DDS, released his review of the SOTA Imaging Clio Digital X-ray Sensor. The review is an extensive look at the sensor’s capabilities, including image quality, ease of use, and integration capabilities. 

DentalTechup was created by Dr DeForest to assist dentists in making the most informed decisions when buying dental products and software. 

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Topics: Digital X-Ray Sensors, Intraoral Cameras, Dental Imaging Software

DentalTechup Reviews Claris i5HD Intraoral Camera

Posted by N. Waln on 12/26/19

Aaron DeForest, DDS, Founder of DentalTechup, reviewed the SOTA Imaging Claris i5HD as part of his video review series of dental products, highlighting the camera’s “crisp, clear images” and integration with SOTA Image software. 

The goal of DentalTechup is to help dentists make their own decisions when buying dental products and software. While SOTA Imaging sent DentalTechup our products for review, Dr DeForest did not receive any form of sponsorship for his review.

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Topics: SOTA Imaging, Digital X-Ray Sensors, Intraoral Cameras, Dental Imaging Software

Section 179 Gives Dentists Opportunity to Capitalize

Posted by N. Waln on 12/16/19

Dentists who own their practice and have bought or financed equipment this year are eligible for big savings through the IRS Section 179 tax deduction. 

“Essentially, Section 179 of the IRS tax code allows businesses to deduct the full purchase price of qualifying equipment and/or software purchased or financed during the tax year,” according to section179.org. “That means that if you buy (or lease) a piece of qualifying equipment, you can deduct the FULL PURCHASE PRICE from your gross income. It’s an incentive created by the U.S. government to encourage businesses to buy equipment and invest in themselves.”

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Topics: Digital X-Ray Sensors, Intraoral Cameras, Dental Imaging Software

SOTA Imaging Offers New Promo at Greater NY Dental Meeting

Posted by N. Waln on 11/12/19

SOTA Imaging will be attending the Greater New York Dental Meeting (GNYDM), December 1st - 4th, where the company is running a limited-time-offer bundle promo.

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Topics: SOTA Imaging, Digital X-Ray Sensors, Intraoral Cameras, Dental Imaging Software

Run Your Practice Easier With SOTA Imaging's Best Deal Of The Year

Posted by N. Waln on 11/12/19

For the end of 2019, SOTA Imaging is offering our lowest price ever on our digital x-ray sensors + intraoral camera bundle. This promotion includes any two Clio Digital X-Ray sensors and a Claris i5HD Intraoral Camera for nearly half the price. It’s one more step SOTA Imaging is taking to make the process of running a dental practice more accessible for our customers.

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Topics: SOTA Imaging, Digital X-Ray Sensors, Intraoral Cameras