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.
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.
Topics: Digital X-Ray Sensors
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.
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.
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.
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.”
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.
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.