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Air Techniques' Polaris Given 'Top Intraoral Camera of 2012' Award

Mon, 01/16/2012 - 5:06am
MELVILLE, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Air Techniques, Inc., a leading dental equipment manufacturer, announced today that its Polaris Intraoral Camera has been awarded Top Intraoral Camera of 2012 by THE DENTAL ADVISOR. Polaris offers superior optics and a broad focal range designed to deliver exceptional image quality to enhance patient diagnosis and case presentation.

"We are greatly honored that our Polaris intraoral camera has been named Top Intraoral Camera of 2012 by THE DENTAL ADVISOR," said Joseph Zekoski, Vice President, Product Management. "It is very gratifying to know that the dental community in general, and THE DENTAL ADVISORs expert consultants in particular, recognize how Polaris technology can enhance the diagnostic and case acceptance capabilities of dental practices."

THE DENTAL ADVISOR product awards are given to those products that stand out from all others in the marketplace in their particular category. These products are chosen through lengthy discussion, voting, and agreement from the organizations Editorial Board. The board consists of respected dental professionals with experience in all areas of clinical dentistry, as well as dental research. These practicing clinicians, dental assistants, dental hygienists, dental laboratory technicians and researchers convene weekly to discuss all products evaluated by THE DENTAL ADVISOR over the course of the year. Based on their votes, as well as those submitted by THE DENTAL ADVISORs editors, an award is given for each product category.

The Polaris Intraoral Camera blends exceptional digital image quality with unmatched ergonomic benefits. Features that are unique to Polaris include "capture upon release" and a patent-pending 330° swivel head. Polaris unique "capture-upon release" feature ensures sharp, steady images by allowing the user to depress a button on the handpiece, focus on the area to be captured, and then simply release the depressed button. The 330? swivel head lets clinicians capture every angle of the oral cavity with minimal effort and maximum comfort.

For more information about Polaris Intraoral Camera, visit: www.airtechniques.com. Become a fan of Air Techniques on facebook and follow the company on twitter.

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