Aribex has gone to great lengths to assure that its products are safe for both the operator and the patient. More than 30 independent studies and evaluations attest to the safety of the Aribex NOMAD handheld x-ray system.
For more information regarding NOMAD safety, please visit:
Read the articles below to learn what the media has said about NOMAD safety:
Posted on March 26, 2012
As a recent article on this website points out, there are some safety issues with hand-held X-ray units made in China and Korea, as well as elsewhere outside the USA.
Posted on January 8, 2012
Dental care providers and their patients need not worry about radiation exposure when using the Nomad handheld intraoral xray device, according to a new study in Health Physics.
Posted on April 1, 2011
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.
Posted on June 9, 2009
A study presented at the 41st Annual Conference on Radiation Control concluded that the NOMAD handheld dental x-ray system produces staff radiation exposure doses so low that the vast majority of users received no measurable radiation dose.
Posted on November 14, 2008
It may look like something out of a sci-fi movie, but the Nomad portable x-ray system from Aribex is taking the notion of “ray gun” to a whole new level, especially in dentistry.