ClikRay- Original -Instructions- DEMONSTRATION VIDEO OF CLIKRAY & CLIKSTIK

Original ClikRay and ClikStik demonstration video with Dr. Schmulenson

For Parallel Cone & Bisecting Angle Techniques
Please use Barrier Sensor Covers at all times
AUTOCLAVE ClikRay™, ClikGuide™ & ClikBite™  PRIOR TO EACH USE
Do not Chemiclave or use Dry Heat
SHOWN WITHOUT BARRIER COVERS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSE ONLY

Sensor placement is important for great radiographs. A good sequence for minimal working time and motion is easily established by following these simple guidelines. Place sensor in sensor cover and position for the UR view. After molar/ bicuspid shots are taken, rotate entire instrument for LL molar/bicuspid views. Remove sensor and reposition for UL posterior molar/bicuspid views. Rotate entire instrument for LR molar/bicuspid views. Slide sensor to middle position for bitewing views on both sides of the mouth. Remove sensor and position on anterior side of ClikRay™ holder to take both upper and lower anterior views. No more than 4 repositions are needed to take an entire set of radiographs. To accommodate thicker sensors, the retention arms on either side may be bent outward for a less snug sensor fit