Digital Radiography Monitors

by Larry Emmott on October 15, 2010

in Hardware,Radiography

There are many myths swirling around dentistry regarding digital radiography. Sometimes it is difficult to get straight answers. However I have a great “go to” source that always gives me the straight scoop. XDR Radiography.

Whenever a dentist is dissatisfied with the quality of his/her digital radiography images and he/she automatically blames the sensor. However sometimes the problem isn’t the sensor at all it is the monitor. Here are the monitor recommendations from XDR.

  • Resolution    1024 x 768 or greater
  • Aspect Ratio  Wide Screen
  • Contrast Ratio  1000:1  (real contrast not virtual or dynamic)
  • Brightness  300 minimum (candela/sq m or NITs)
  • Dots Per Inch  96 DPI
  • Dual monitors   Yes

Wide screen and dual monitors are personal preference.

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