Intraoral camera resolution hasn’t changed since the early 1990’s. Dentists have been using low-resolution (640 × 480 pixels) intraoral cameras for decades because standard definition models were the only cameras available. These cameras have 0.3 megapixels.

However, today’s PC’s desktop resolution is now much higher such as 1920 × 1080 pixels (or higher) and the resolution of a standard definition intraoral camera now fills less than 25% of the PC’s screen. Imaging softwares therefore stretch the 0.3 megapixel image to fill the entire screen which reduces the visual image quality thus producing pixelized images.


We are a true 1920 × 1080 Full HDTV resolution camera, whereas almost all other “HD” intraoral cameras are 1280 × 720P cameras. In addition, most low cost intraoral cameras output very low resolution 640 × 480 images. We are confident that the REALCLOUD HD1 has the best combination of performance, camera capabilities, compatibility, reliability, safety, and price compared to all other intraoral cameras.

Captures All Dental Anatomy

Quite simply, we know of no other intraoral camera that can match a REALCLOUD HD1 camera’s picture quality nor its ability to capture images from super macro close-ups to full face dental anatomy, and we offer our product at a reasonable price point especially when considering it is the best intraoral camera instrument available at any price.

Why You Need An Intraoral Camera

  • Intraoral cameras are utilized to capture and document and/or pre-authorize insurance coverage, are used to create and document a baseline on new patients, are utilized instead of or in addition to loupes to view highly magnified images of cracks, leaky fillings, endo procedures, inlays/onlays, perio/inflamed gingiva, etc.
  • An intraoral camera can also be used to “watch” and document disease progress when comparing images captured from different patient visits over time.
  • An intraoral camera can be an invaluable tool when simply used for patient education purposes such as showing patients areas of anatomy they are missing when brushing/flossing, showing pedo patient images to parents, and hundreds of other patient education purposes.
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