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MacPractice users to get SuniRay sensor

updated 12:20 am EDT, Tue June 3, 2008

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Developer of MacPractice DDS, and Suni Medical, Imaging, Inc. announced a collaboration to develop a MacSensor solution, comprised of the newly introduced SuniRay sensor and MacPractice DR (Digital Radiography/Photo) software. The new SuniRay dental sensor uses the latest CMOS technology, and delivers high image quality with maximum diagnostic capabilities for dentists. SuniRay's ergonomic design and rounded corners ensure easy positioning and optimal patient comfort.

"MacPractice and Suni are very excited about delivering a new MacSensor solution utilizing the outstanding SuniRay sensor in just a few months. This is a sensor solution for which dentists who prefer to use a Mac have been waiting," stated Mark Hollis, MacPractice's President.

The SuniRay will give dentists the option of choosing to stick with a Mac platform instead of being forced to go with a Windows PC when wanting to use certain sensor equipment. Pricing for the sensor is not available (but is designed for dentist professionals).

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