Tru-Image™, the next generation of the award-winning Tru-Align™, incorporates rectangular collimation which greatly reduces scatter radiation, resulting in clearer, crisper images with greatly improved image resolution. It's patented alignment system turns your position indicating device into a position locking device!
Using Tru-Image™ with your x-ray head results in a 60-70% reduction in scatter radiation exposure to your patients, and give your patients peace of mind in knowing they are receiving the absolute best in care.
What Do I Need?
Tru-Image™ is designed to work with a Rinn-style holder system. We recommend the Rinn XCP, XCP-DS, and XCP-DS FIT systems. Flow RAPD and Gendex holder systems are also supported.
The Rinn XCP-ORA system is supported for bitewing and posterior images, but not for anterior images. In order to take anterior images with Tru-Image™, you'll need to use the standard Rinn XCP anterior arms.
Tru-Image™ is compatible with nearly every x-ray head, supporting those x-ray heads that have cones with an outside diameter of 2.25 to 3.00 inches.
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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-Image™?
Find the answer to this question and others on our Frequently Asked Questions page.
Dr. Joseph A. Blaes, DDS: "In the September 2008 issue of JADA, there is an article about the amount of radiation that our patients receive from taking radiographs. I urge you to read it. One of the recommendations to cut down on the radiation is the utilization of rectangular collimation to dramatically reduce the radiation ..." Read More...
A wealth of research on the Tru-Image™, 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.