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Tru-Align incorporates rectangular collimation which greatly reduces scatter radiation, resulting in clearer, crisper images with greatly improved image resolution.
Using the Tru-Align with your x-ray head results in a 60-70% scatter reduction in radiation exposure to your patients.
Frequently Asked Questions
If digital sensors reduce radiation by 80 to 90% as claimed, why should I care about the additional radiation reduction provided by Tru-Align?
Find the answer to this question and others on our Frequently Asked Questions page.
Howard S. Glazer, DDS: "Considering Tru-Align? I think it is a no brainer! We routinely use, and I am very fond of, the Scan-X system and think Tru-Align is a perfect fit. I have been using Tru-Align for some time, even dating back to the beta testing phase of its development. Even my assistant, ..." Read More...
A wealth of research on the Tru-Align, including research papers, white papers, and peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of Dental Radiology, including research from the National Academy of Science, the American Dental Association and the FDA.
A special report on the benefits of rectangular collimation.