NOMAD® Pro by Aribex is now available in Alabama!

Posted on April 21, 2011

The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) has granted an exemption for use of the NOMAD Pro for all dentists and dental health providers in the state. The ADPH has provided guidance and direction for purchase, training and use that is available here.

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Run and Hide No More

Posted on April 1, 2011

By Larry Emmott, DDS in RDH Magazine

Has this ever happened to you? You carefully place a film, ask the patient to bite, the patient winces and wiggles, you position the cone, reposition when it starts to drift, run from the room, push the button, wait for the beep, run back, take the film when the patient hands it to you, and the cone seems to have drifted again but you can’t be sure.

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New Tech Office Ideas

Posted on February 6, 2011

By Dr. Larry Emmott in Dental Economics

Close your eyes and picture your new dental office and your ideal ultramodern treatment room. What do you see?

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Lost in Translation

Posted on February 4, 2011

By Adam Wooten in

Aribex is a Utah-based company that understands the importance of preserving its brand message in translation.

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Enhanced Handheld X-ray System

Posted on February 2, 2011

In World Dental Reporter

The NOMAD Pro handheld dental X-ray system offers an enhanced user interface, preset and programmable exposure settings and other time-saving features.

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Mobile Forensic Analysis

Posted on July 2, 2010

By Stephen M. Kinney in Forensic Technology Review

The compelling story of how handheld x-ray technology impacted the art of human identification

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Aribex NOMAD Pro on Display at New Museum

Posted on June 1, 2010

Aribex, Inc. is proud that its NOMAD Pro Handheld X-ray System has been selected for inclusion in the Modern Dental Office display at the new National Museum of Dentistry in Baltimore, MD.

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Seal Trained to Hold Still for Dental X-rays

Posted on April 26, 2010

By DrBicuspid Staff in

Coaxed with squid and herring treats, a harbor seal at the New England Aquarium was trained to hold a digital sensor plate in its mouth so a veterinary dentist could take x-rays of its decayed canine tooth.

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