The Benefits of InnerView®
TO THE PATIENT
- Confidence in Diagnosis
- Early Detection
- Non-Invasive :: No Pain :: No Radiation
- Fast: 3 Seconds Per Tooth
- App to Patient Portal
TO THE CLINICIAN
- The Practice of “Wellness”
- Significant New Revenue
- Enhanced credibility
- Dental Insurance Code – D0600 (Digital Diagnostics)
How is InnerView® Used?
As a result of the system’s AI diagnostic capabilities and ease-of- use, InnerView® has applications for all General Practitioners, Specialties and Dental Hygienists.
The Disposable Tip with Smart Chip Technology
InnerView® is Designed For Maximum Infection Control.
To avoid issues with cross contamination, InnerView® requires that a fresh, single-use, disposable Tip be attached to the tip of the handpiece prior to each new procedure.
- When the Disposable Tip, with embedded security chip, is placed onto the device, a “challenge and response” test is conducted via the software.
- After the tip has been verified as new and valid, it is immediately assigned to that particular patient for one-hour of use.
- After one-hour of use, the tip will be disabled for use and must be discarded.
The Base Station
The InnerView® Base Station is sleek, low profile, ergonomically engineered and designed to reside on a countertop in each and every operatory.
Charges the handpiece from “empty” to fully charged in just 4 hours.
The handpeice must be placed in the Base Station before each and every procedure. This notifies the InnerView® software that a new Disposable Tip is required and also “pairs” the instrument to that specific operatory. This simple action prevents practitioners from moving InnerView® into the wrong operatory and testing the wrong patient.
Simply push the button on the Base Station and the rod automatically extends for quick disinfecting. The rod will auto-retract after 30 seconds, or the user can push the button a second time to retract the rod immediately.
Safely stores the InnerView® Handpiece.
“Perhaps The Best Innovation Since the X-ray”
Robert Kelly, DDS., PhD.
Prosthodontic Researcher and professor
Reconstructive Sciences, University of Connecticut
The data collection handpiece features a proprietary, single-use only disposable tip to ensure infection control.
The software displays an easy-to-read patient diagnostic screen to assist practitioners for case treatment planning.
The wireless feature of the device makes it easy to transport from operatory to operatory and enables online software updates easily and seamlessly.
- Simple & Easy-to-use
- Radiation free