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Renew Digital - the smart way to buy x-ray
Renew Digital - the smart way to buy x-ray


When you are searching for dental radiography equipment at an affordable price, you do have the choice of many different providers. In fact, it can be hard to decide where you want to purchase your equipment, how much to spend, and whether to buy new or pre-owned. But these decisions don’t have to be difficult. When you are looking to add more or simply newer dental radiography equipment to your dental practice, look no further than Renew Digital for a wide selection of certified pre-owned x-ray equipment. You shouldn’t shop anywhere else because not only do we have an amazing, high-quality selection but for us, customer service is what truly makes the difference.

The Customer Comes First

“I found Renew Digital as I was searching for a pre-owned cone beam. Not only were the prices fair, but I have been overwhelmed by the follow up, attention to detail, and customer service. I wish more companies ran their business this way. I recommend without any hesitation.”
- Scott G., 5 Stars

You don’t have to take our word for it when we say that we care about your experience working with Renew Digital. We want the entire process to be simple and for you to be satisfied with your purchase. From the very first time you contact us through installation and beyond, we will work hard to find you the perfect dental radiography equipment to fit your practice’s needs and make sure that it is working just right for you.

Don’t just choose any certified pre-owned x-ray equipment provider; choose Renew Digital for the best in products and customer service!
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Purchasing pre-owned equipment, whether it’s a phone, a computer, or a dental imaging machine, can come with some hesitations. You’re never quite sure how many uses this pre-owned equipment has seen or how much life it has left. There are inherent risks. However, unlike many consumer devices, choosing to purchase dental imaging equipment has fewer risks, and when you purchase with Renew Digital, you’re risking very little. Here’s why.

Certified Quality Every Time
It’s always important that when you buy pre-owned equipment, you make sure it’s certified, and not just certified by anyone, but by individuals who specialize in what you are purchasing. When you work with our specialists, you know that their examinations of the equipment are going to be thorough and accurate. You wouldn’t want to buy a pre-owned dental imaging machine from some joe-blow online. You need to know that the investment you are making is going to last you and be exactly what you expect. When you purchase certified dental imaging equipment with Renew Digital, you know that you are going to get a product that:

- Is mechanically sound.
- Has correctly working electrical systems.
- Has excellent image quality.
- Is cosmetically appropriate.

All of these factors are checked by specialists against manufacturer standards to make sure that you know exactly what you’re paying for and your investment lasts you for years to come.

Along with certified pre-owned quality on every dental imaging device, Renew Digital also offers a comprehensive warranty, installation, and training with the affordable price you’ve been looking for. Contact Renew Digital today for more information on how we can improve your dental practice.
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Anytime you go to the dentist for anything more than a routine cleaning, you know you’re due for an x-ray. Let’s face it, you waited far too long to get your teeth cleaned anyway and an x-ray is more than necessary. When your dentist says he wants to run an x-ray to look further into your problems, here is why.

Dental Radiography Is Amazing

Using an x-ray to examine your teeth is a great way to see where further problems lie. An aching tooth that isn’t showing damage on the surface can be difficult to understand, so a deeper look is necessary. Your dentist may need to use digital imaging to see multiple problems such as:

Finding Decay between teeth.
To check for bone loss due to gum disease.
To check for any decay that may be occurring beneath your fillings.
To find any infection that exists near the root.
To examine the area of your affected tooth, before proceeding with anything for your teeth.
Why Does Your Dentist Take X Rays?

Your dentist can tell a lot about your dental habits, just by using a dental scanner. They are even able to tell whether or not your flossing or not, so don’t be surprised when your dentist cracks the whip on your dental care! The amazing world of dental imaging will bare all when it comes to your dental health, so be proactive and avoid embarrassment. Take care of your teeth, and a digital x ray machine will become your friend. And even if you don’t, a dental x ray can still be your friend, by bringing to light the bad dental health you may be in.
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Welcome back, in our last post we talked about the many different aspects to a cone beam x ray, and cone beam computed tomography. We wanted to touch a bit more on this topic, because there is so much useful information about these instruments. In fact, the more you know about these digital x ray machines, the better informed purchase you can make for your dental office.

Why Cone Beam X Rays?
Cone Beam X Rays are awesome for any office, but are especially wonderful for pediatric dental offices, or any office that offers pediatric dentistry.
Why, you ask? This is because getting children to sit perfectly still for regular digital x rays is difficult.
Because of image slicing, and a seamless movement around patient’s skull, the images are much clearer and can give a more accurate diagnosis.
Because children are more susceptible to overexposure to radiation, cone beam x rays can be good because of a reduced exposure for young patients.
They produce 3D images, that are not only clear, but they’re cool. And your young patients are sure to love looking at them.
The pediatric population for dentistry is considered the group from birth to the age of 21 years old.

What Can They See?
Cone Beam X Rays can see many issues within the jaw bone and teeth.
This type of digital imaging is capable of seeing abnormal teeth and cavities, as well as evaluate jaws and even give a cleft palate assessment.
It’s also used in diagnosing root canals and planning dental implants.

Stay tuned to our next post on even more information about cone beam computed tomography and dental imaging! And for information about getting a cone beam x ray in your dental office, check out today!

#conebeamxray #conebeamcomputedtomography #dentalimaging
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Six Benefits of Cone Beam X Ray Imaging

Throughout the years of dental imaging and the development of x ray machines, we have learned through trial and error what works, and what doesn’t. We’ve ironed out kinks, and optimized functions and parts. With that said, nothing is perfect, but we do believe you can get close. In terms of dental imaging, a cone beam x ray is the closest thing to perfection. Take a look at the many benefits your dental office could get from using cone beam computed tomography.

Because the cone beam x ray offers a focused beam, the scatter radiation is reduced, thus resulting in a clearer image.
In a single scan, you are able to get multiple views of the entire skull, and can even manipulate the single image for an even better diagnosis.
These machines are much more precise than your regular x ray. They provide more information, and are less prone to errors.
Your patients will benefit from not needing to prepare for the CT scan. The scan is also painless, and non-invasive.
The biggest benefit for your patient will be that no radiation remains in their body after the exam. No radiation, and no other side effects as well!
Having a cone beam x ray puts you one step in the right direction toward being the most economic dental office you can be.

Because of trial and error throughout the years, dentists can now benefit from these six factors of having a cone beam x ray in their office. If there is more you would like to know about cone beam computed tomography or dental imaging feel free to contact us.

#conebeamxray #dentalimaging #conebeamcomputedtomography
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When it comes to dental radiography, there is a great wealth of knowledge for us to learn about. For today’s blog, we’ll visit the cone beam x ray, and take a look into where dental cone beam computed tomography comes from and so much more.

*What is Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT)
 - It should be understood that computed tomography is uses a variation of systems.
- It takes cross-sectional images of the body, or in a dental office’s case, it will be of the skull.
- It is a non-invasive procedure.

*How does it work in a Dental Office?
- The machine has two sides that rotate around the patient in the center, and takes images in sections, or slices, in order to get the best images of the mandible and skull.
- These images will construct a three dimensional image of the patient's skull.
- These images will make up:
   >The Teeth
   >The Oral and Maxillofacial Regions
   >The Ears, Nose, and Throat.

* How Old Are CBCT Machines?
- Dental CBCT systems have been in the United States since the early 2000’s.
- The more that dentists can do with these machines, the more reason they have to purchase them for their dental office.

* Are There Any Risks Associated With CBCT systems?
- Dental cone beam computed tomography scans have lower radiation than regular CT scans, however they have higher radiation than other dental scanners.
- Because younger patients are more susceptible to radiation, those patients are at risk for overexposure.

* What benefits do Cone Beam X Rays Serve?
- The biggest benefit of Cone Beam X Rays is that you can get the answers you need about a patient’s condition, and it non-invasive.
- It’s quick.
- It’s concise and it makes diagnosing your patients much easier.

Stay tuned to our next blog for more information on cone beam x rays and dental x ray machines in general.
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When it comes to cone-beam and x-ray cone beam systems, there is so much to take into account. As a dentist looking to add a new x-ray system to your practice, you should do some research on the differences between the different types of x-rays. Knowing how each product works is important to know, so that you can decipher which machine would best suit the needs of your dental office. 

Digital Panoramic X-Ray - This type of digital dental X-ray machine utilizes a method called “tomography.” This is process in which images are taken in sections. Because of the horizontal rotating arm, the machine can move around the patient freely, thus getting images of the entire mandible in sections. The X-ray source is then collimated to the film, which means it uses parallel light rays. The goal is that the light is minimally dispersed. In recent technology changes, a digital panoramic x-ray uses digital images based on sensors and computers which create images with a much higher resolution. The benefit of this is a lesser need for repeating the scans, it reduces cost, and it reduces patient exposure to radiation. The result is a much more accurate diagnosis. For a prime example of a digital panoramic x-ray, check out the Vatech PaX-primo panorex, it’s award winning, as well as affordable. 

This type of X-ray is an effective and essential tool in any dental office. With a tool like this one, you can accurately create treatment plans for your patients, while also keeping them safe. It’s quick and user friendly and it provides accurate images of the mandible. If you’re interested in knowing more about the Digital Panoramic X-Ray and the way it works, check out the products at renew digital. 
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Great news for dental and dental speciality practices - IRS Section 179 tax deduction limit has been expanded to $500,000 for 2015 for both new and used equipment. Learn more at
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With new technology being introduced on a daily basis, the lifespan of your technology can be cut short. Often, dentists find that the technologies they are using, regardless of how recently it was bought or how well it works, are being beaten out by younger generations of themselves and sometimes even by new technology all together. 

Which means, it is extremely important for dentists to stay on top of what new technology is out there to optimize their patients’ experience. 

One of the newest forms of technology that has been introduced to the dental field somewhat recently is 3D dental imaging. These 3D dental scans make it possible for dental anatomy to be viewed more efficiently from every angle. This includes bone structure, root positioning, canals and root fractures, if any. 

This in depth imaging allows dentists to decide how to diagnose and treat any sort of problem with much more confidence than ever before. In turn helping to provide dental patients, receiving any type of procedure, with the confidence they need to rest easy.

Knowing the benefits, it has proved easy for dentists across the world to take a hold of this new idea and to get started using this up-and-coming technology. But, if you are late to the 3D imaging “party” don’t worry, Renew Digital has new, used and refurbished 3D equipment for you to capitalize on! 

Remember, no matter what the technology may be, Renew Digital is ready to buy, sell, or trade-in all your used dental technologies today!
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Panoramic x-rays are often times the preferred type of x-rays to be used by both dentists and patients. This holds true in most offices for several reasons, the most common being that during the panoramic x-ray examination patients are able to stand up or sit down based on their own personal preference or ability. The Panoramic x-ray advantages don’t stop there though. 
The panoramic x-ray is also:
Easier for the dentist to use- With this form of x-ray, whether it is the dentist himself positioning the machine, or it’s one of the other staff members who is setting up, the process is much easier, faster and more comfortable for everyone as the machine is built to make maneuvering simple.
Faster- Less steps are required with the panoramic technique than with the traditional method of dental x-raying. Using the machine is as fast and simple as turning the machine on, biting down and within a few seconds the images are available to be viewed.
More sterile - Panoramic x-ray machines are known to cause less infections. In fact, the wrapping and unwrapping of the sensors that we have become so accustomed too, is no longer needed to ensure that the sensor you bite down on remains sterile! 

If you haven’t already made the switch to an x-ray technology that you and your patients actually enjoy, it’s time to invest in a panoramic x-ray machine. 

To buy, sell or trade a used dental x-ray machine contact Renew Digital today. You and your patients deserve the best. 
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