The FOV (Imaging range on CT scan) is φ16 cm (diameter) × 10 cm (height) or φ12 cm (diameter) × 8 cm (height).
When selecting the former FOV size with its greater height (10 cm), you can capture all the nasal sinuses, including the frontal sinuses and the bilateral ears in a single image.
*These images cannot always be captured in your patients, due to size of the head.
Our dental CT system has a removable rotation portion and chin rest so that you can image any area necessary for diagnostic analysis.
Multiplanar Reconstruction (MPR) is a technical function that allows dentists to acquire slide images in the desired direction after reconstructing z-axis slice data through the dental CT scan and creating coronal and axial cross-section viewing images.
By moving individual axes corresponding to three cross-sectional views, you can check images in the desired plane. With axis rotation, you can also capture images in a cross-sectional plane that is not vertical to the axis.
This intuitive operation allows you to perform 3D diagnostic imaging using a dental CT scan.
■Opening at the end of anterior root canal
■Mesiobuccal root of the maxillary first molar (upper right #6) (two roots)
■P invasion in the buccolingual direction of the opening at the end of the anterior root canal
Because of its lightweight and compact design, it can be installed in a minimum of 150 cm × 150 cm of floor space in your imaging room.
Cephalometric radiography requires a very short scanning time of 0.6 seconds, and shows even the thin bone at the base of the nose clearly; thus, it is the optimal diagnostic tool for pediatric patients.
In addition, choosing between the two types of imaging filters allows you to acquire clear images of both soft and hard tissue.
Interview with Takasaki Dental Clinic (Kashiba, Nara prefecture)
You can observe the in-clinic installation of the system at the end of this video.
Because of our dental CT scan’s space-saving design, the system can be installed together with other dental apparatuses in a single room.
Example of system introduction, Kishimoto Dental Clinic (Okazaki, Aichi prefecture)
As shown in this introduction video, it is easy to use the system: it requires only two minutes from setup to the start of imaging and 20 seconds to complete imaging.