Traditional Ring and Rod Holders

 

ClikStik

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The ClikStik™ system is a fully autoclaveable, twin head holding system for use with ANY x-ray film or digital sensor bite blocks. One system can take anterior, posterior and bitewing views with a simple straight rod and one single ring. The variable rod allows the ring to be placed as close to the cheek as possible without interference for increased accuracy. Perfect for use with handheld x-ray units.

A complete series of radiographs has become a simple one ring process, saving time and money for every office.

The ClikStik™ is compatible with ALL biteblock manufacturers such as RINN™, Flow™’, Schick ™, Dexis™ and others with just one instrument, one ring and one simple rod.

Item # 001-220 - One Ring, One Rod + Two ClikStiks


ShaRing + Litening Rods

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ShaRing™ is a single ring designed to replace the need for three separate rings used in a full mouth series. Anterior, posterior and bitewing radiographs may now be taken with just one single ring. The ring is completely autoclavable and is compatible with existing metal anterior, posterior and bitewing rods from most manufacturers. It incorporates wire clips for any digital sensor.  ShaRing™ offers rectangular collimation which conforms to European and future standards.

Litening rods™ are inexpensive, durable rods that eliminate breakage issues typically seen with metal rods. Litening Rods™ do not have pins that break. Constructed of solid high heat plastic resin, these rods are completely autoclavable, reusable and both low cost and light weight. They have the added benefit of incorporating a wire clip to accommodate the latest in digital sensors and work with any standard anterior, posterior or bitewing ring in addition to ShaRing™. The rods autoclave all in one bag with your holders.

Item # 001-701 -  One ShaRing +  One set of Litening Rods

Item # 001-718 -  Two sets of Litening Rods only


To see which products fit your particular sensor, please visit our "Products By Sensor" Page.