Intraoral Dental Photography Mirror - Buccal Model

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  • >=10 Pieces
    US $48.00
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Quick Details
Dental Photography Mirror
Brand Name:
Novus Dental
Model Number:
Place of Origin:
Colorado, United States
Chrome Plated, Mirror Finish
1000 Piece/Pieces per Month
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
Mirrors individually packaged in branded product bags.
Lead Time :
same day packaging

The Full Arch Intraoral Dental Photography Mirror is designed to provide the highest quality digital photo in dentistry. The Full Arch Intraoral Dental Photography Mirror allows you to see a clear, accurate picture of both the maxillary and mandibular arch of your patient's mouth in two simple photos. By capturing a complete and accurate digital photo, the Full Arch Intraoral Dental Photography Mirror will help to present a clear treatment plan, and ease the acceptance process.


Perhaps the most unique feature is the lightweight, easy to use design. While most dental mirrors only capture half of an arch in a single photo, the Full Arch Intraoral Dental Photography Mirror is sized appropriately to capture the full arch of the mouth, including the third molars, while sitting comfortably on the the opposing arch. The contours on the side of the dental mirror insure your patient's full comfort as well as making the photo nearly effortless to capture, often times without the need for cheek retractors. The Full Arch Intraoral Dental Photography Mirror comes with two distinctly sized lobes at each end. This provides the user an alternative so they can capture a full arch image for most any sized mouth. The stainless steel base with double chrome plating provides a clear image while preventing scratching and discoloration during sterilization thus making the dental mirror more durable that its rhodium conterparts.


In addition to patient education and case acceptance, the Full Arch Intraoral Dental Photography Mirror aids in insurance payment acceptance. By digitally documenting large fillings, stress fractures, gum recession and other needs for temporary and permanent restorations in your patients chart, the photos can be easily printed and sent to insurance companies along with digital x-rays.