24” DENclarity Dental Monitor
- The ultimate dental monitor for your practice
- Low voltage design complies with electrical codes
- High brightness screen allows for clearer X-rays
- Watertight screen makes disinfecting easy
Designed Specifically for the Dental Operatory
Putting the Needs of Dentists First
Avoid a Misdiagnosis
See X-rays clearer and larger with DENclarity’s 24”, high brightness screen.
Patient Safety is Regulated by National Electric Code 70 (NEC 70)
The Patient Care Area requires the use of low voltage dental monitors like DENclarity.
Disinfect with Ease
DENclarity’s watertight screen allows you to spray disinfectant directly on the screen.
DENclarity comes with an HD TV option to help reduce patient anxiety during appointments.
With Every Feature You Need to be a Professional
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Empowering Dental Practices and Schools Everywhere
We currently serve 7 dental schools and hundreds of operatories nationwide.
Customer Testimonial – Thomas McKenny
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– Thomas McKenny, DDS
Customer Testimonial – John Fluke
In the world dentistry, it’s imperative to find the right equipment for each situation we face. I find the DENclarity monitor to be the right choice for my practice. Human beings perceive somewhere around 85% about their environment through the eyes. For clinical diagnosis, co-diagnosis with the patient, and educating the patient through the sharing of clinical images, I find the DENclarity to be the best way to engage that 85%. This monitor is highly recommended.
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– John Flucke, DDS
Customer Testimonial – Claudio Levato
I have been using Exorvision monitors for over 15 years in my office, as well as in my lecture slides. I updated to the 24” DENclariy monitors when they were first introduced. I have relied on these medical grade monitors for their significant improved grey scale resolution and ability to be disinfected in between patient visits. The continuous improvements and reliability of the Exorvision monitors make this my first recommendation for treatment room monitors.
– Claudio M. Levato, DDS