Powerful Diagnostic Value with Panoramic Images
01 Optimal FOV Sizes for 3D Diagnosis
- – Increase you diagnosis and treatment accuarcy
- – Multi FOV sizes range from 5×5 to 12×9
5X5 scans are useful for a specific area diagnosis with minimum X-ray exposure for patients. It can especialy increades the accuracy of endodontic diagnosis by exactly checking the amount of root canals and abnormal root canal shapes such as C-shapes that
are difficult to check using a 2D X-ray system.
8X5 scans can provide more extended oral information on maxillary or mandibular areas. An accurate treatment plan can be established by taking into account the major anatomical structures like mandibuar nerve, mental foramen or maxillary sinus.
8X8 scans enable comprehensive diagnosis and treatment planning Including both maxillary and mandibular areas in a single scan. It is useful for complex implant surgery as well as left or right TMJ diagnosis.
12X9 scans can provde the most optimal information for oral diagnosis fully covering both maxillary and mandibuar structures including the 3rd molar region in a single scan it is suitable or most oral surgery cases as well as multiple implant surgery.
|FUNCTION||Pano + CBCT + Ceph|
|CBT-FOV SIZE||8×8 : Multi [5×5 / 8×5 / 8×8]12×9 : Milti [5×5 / 8×5 / 8×8 / 12×9]|
|VOXEL SIZE||0.12mm / 0.2mm / 0.3mm|
|SCAN TIME||Pano: 10.1 sec (normal)
Scan Ceph: 12.9 sec (Full LAT 0 16.9 sec)
One Shot Ceph: 0.9-1.2 sec)
CBT: STandard 12 sec / High 24 sec
|CEPH FOV SIZE||SC
21×23 [LAT, PA, SMV, Waters View, Carpus]
25×23 [Full LAT]
|GRAY SCALE||14 bit|
|PATIENT POSITION||Standing / Wheel-chair accessible|
|TUBE VOLATGE/CURRENT||50-90 kVp / 4-10 mA|
|The specifications are subject to change without prior notice.|