​​VDS' Veterinary Dental X-ray Products










​​We offer affordable, high-quality and effective x-ray products for any veterinary dental practice, including intra-oral cameras, mini x-ray viewers, film holders, film mounts, darkroom supplies, lead aprons, gloves and wall-mounted and stand x-ray systems.




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Why invest in a digital veterinary dental system?


A digital veterinary dental system can be a great asset to any veterinary practice. We have created the following cost / benefit analysis to show you just how much money a digital dental system can save you. The benefit analysis is based on a single veterinary doctor practice seeing five dental patients a week, and taking 20 dental films per week. This is a very conservative estimate, which results in 960 dental films per year. Most veterinarians implementing improved dental care into their practices easily average double that number of films. Multi-doctor veterinary practices enjoy multiple savings.


Item                                              {THIS IS FOR SAMPLE PURPOSES ONLY)

Savings

1. Cost of Film

$960/yr

2. Cost of Chemistry

$336/yr

3. Employee time to develop, rinse, handle, and catalog the films. This is estimated in human dentistry to be $2-5 per film. If this seems high, consider the total costs for your employees, which is much higher than their hourly wage. We use the lowest figure.

$1,920/yr

4. Filing system for films. This includes simple envelopes or dental film mounts.

$40-300/yr

5. Fewer re-takes. Conservatively, you will need to re-take your films around 10% of the time for improper technique. These re-takes use film, chemistry, and more employee time.

$330/yr

Total hard cost savings per doctor per year

$3,646/yr


There are also some “soft cost savings” that are more difficult to quantitate, yet result in undeniable positive financial effects.

  • Chemical tracking and disposal costs are a normal part of human dentistry. This will inevitably become a factor for veterinarians in the future. Registration fees, compliance paperwork and hazardous chemical disposal fees are all likely, and are not required for digital systems.

  • X-rays are easily exported for emailing or printing. X-rays can be emailed to the patient’s owner for viewing and discussion.

  • No clinical downtime while you wait for a film to be developed. This can save many hours per year.


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