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Arizona Dental Heights Moves to Using the New Nomad Pro Hand Held X-Ray System
Date:12/4/2012

Gilbert, AZ (PRWEB) December 04, 2012

Arizona Dental Heights, a Mesa dentist, is now using the Nomad Pro Hand Held X-Ray System. This new technology has incredible benefits for their clients and for the dental practice. The Nomad’s X-Ray exposure to patients is much less intense than traditional machines and is equivalent to just a five minute walk in the sun. In addition to being safe, the Nomad is also small and works quickly, making it perfect for working with even the youngest patients.

This new technology has many benefits to both his dental office and patients. The fact that it looks like a big cartoon space laser gun helps put kids at ease when x-rays are needed. Dr. Hatch and his staff can joke around about it as they are preparing for capturing the x-ray pictures of the kid's teeth which really puts the kids at ease. When asking patients about their experience with this new technology, they have gotten an overwhelming positive response from both kids and adults.

Arizona Dental Heights has been, and always will be, up to date on the latest technology. This belief factored into their adoption of the Nomad Pro Hand Held X-Ray System. The benefit to the office of the Nomad’s efficiency and portability is that it can be shared by all of the professionals at Arizona Dental Heights, eliminating the need for multiple bulky X-Ray machines and saving the practice thousands.

About Arizona Dental Heights:
At Arizona Dental Heights we are a true family environment. Dr. Shaylar Hatch is the dentist Mesa, AZ families turn to for the most professional and personalized service. Arizona Dental Heights caters to patients of all ages. We offe
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