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Lion's Dental Supply & Equipment

Quality Dental Operatory Equipment, Autoclaves & Supplies...All at the Lowest Prices !!!                     
Lions Dental Supply and Equipment
Face Masks
Air Abrasion System- Dental
Air Compressors-Dental
Air Polishers & Scalers
Apex Locators
Autoclaves & Sterilizers
Bleaching Dental Light Systems
Chairs Operatory
Curing Light Units- Halogen & Led
Delivery Units & Mobile Carts
Digital X-Ray Sensors
Electrosurgery Units For Dental
Endodontic Rotary Systems
Endodontic Obturation & Thermal Condensors
Film Processors
Implant Motor Systems
Intraoral Cameras
Intraoral Digital Scanners
Laboratory Equipment
Laboratory Micro Motors
Mobile Carts
Operatory Lights
Operatory Packages
Phosphor Plate Scanner Digital X-Ray System
Piezo Scalers
Portable Delivery Units
Ultrasonic Cleaners
Ultrasonic Scalers
Vacuum Systems
X-Ray Equipment
Xtender Film Processor
Intra-X Film Processor
Image Max Film Processor
810 Basic X-Ray Film Developer
810 Plus X-Ray Film Developer
810 Plus-AR Film Developer
Manual Chairside Darkroom
X-Ray Film Viewers
X-Ray Patient Aprons
QuickShot QS-320 Film Digitizer
X Ray Units
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Lions Dental Equipment Specials

Dental X-Ray Film Processor Units

Xtender Automatic X-Ray Film Processor By Velopex

Intra - X Automatic X-Ray Film Processor By Velopex

Image Max Automatic X Ray Film Processor

810 Basic Auto X Ray Film Processor

810 Plus Auto X-Ray Film Processor

810 Plus-AR Auto X Ray Film Processor

Manual Chairside X-Ray Film  Developer


Dental Medical X-Ray Viewers


Dental Medical X-Ray Viewers

Reg $ 199

From $ 109

Patient X-Ray Aprons

Patient X-Ray Aprons

Reg $ 109.99

From $ 69.99

QuickShot QS-320 Film Digitizer

QuickShot QS-320 Film Digitizer

Reg $ 1,199

Sale $ 889

The right Dental Film Processor plays a significant role in the accurate development of the images. To make it easier for our customers to have the right Dental Equipment, we carry new X-Ray Dental Film Processors units on our website. This means you can easily find the right Dental Equipment that fits your budget.

Customer satisfaction is our utmost priority, and we only provide items that we know will deliver the best services to our clients and their patients.

Dental X-Ray Film Processors: Our selection consists of Automatic Dental Film Processors that make it easier for dentists and dental assistants to develop their latent images accurately.

Aside from Dental X Ray film processors, we also provide accessories to assist in the developing process. If you are looking for Dental Equipment that will allow you to process Dental X-Ray film without a darkroom, we have just what you need! The Daylight Loader enables you to develop Dental X-Ray films of various sizes even in the absence of a dark room.

Lions Dental Supply, understands the importance of having the right dental equipment for the proper diagnosis and care of the patient's oral health. For this reason, we have made it our goal to provide only the best and most reliable Dental X-Ray Film Processors to all our customers. To accurately develop radiographic images, a fully functional dental film processor is critical. So if you are looking for dental X Ray film processors for your x-ray procedures, you're in the right place.

There are two main types of dental X-rays: intraoral (meaning the X-ray film is inside the mouth) and extraoral (meaning the X-ray film is outside the mouth).

Intraoral X-rays are the most common type of dental X-ray taken. These X-rays provide a lot of detail and allow your dentist to find cavities, check the health of the tooth root and bone surrounding the tooth, check the status of developing teeth, and monitor the general health of your teeth and jawbone.
Extraoral X-rays show teeth, but their main focus is the jaw and skull. These X-rays do not provide the detail found with intraoral X-rays and therefore are not used for detecting cavities or for identifying problems with individual teeth. Instead, extraoral X-rays are used to look for impacted teeth, monitor growth and development of the jaws in relation to the teeth, and to identify potential problems between teeth and jaws and the temporomandibular joint (TMJ, see temporomandibular disorders for more information) or other bones of the face.