- Exceptional image clarity
- Multifunctional: 3D, panoramic & cephalometric
- Enhanced patient safety with Dose Reduction Feature
- Three options for easy & accurate 3D positioning
- Seven pre-programmed panoramic functions with magnification options
- Fast scan times: 7.4 second panoramic; 9.4 second 3D scan
- FOV: Ø 40 x H 40 mm, Ø 40 x H 80 mm, Ø 80 x H 50 mm, Ø 80 x H 80 mm
Veraviewepocs 3D F80
Fields of View
Our imaging equipment offers a total of 4 exposure areas from Ø 40 x H 40 mm up to Ø 80 x H 80 mm with reduced dose, yet exceptional clarity.
This model’s small and medium fields of view are well suited for endodontics, periodontics, and general dentistry.
Easy 3D Positioning
Veraviewepocs offers flexibility in positioning methods. The region of interest can be positioned by the panoramic image, the bi-directional scout, or the 5 positioning laser beams.
Panoramic Image with Scout Feature
Before taking a 3D image, a high resolution panoramic exposure is taken to target the region of interest on the PC monitor. The C-arm will automatically move into the optimum patient position to get 3D images at the center of the region of interest.
After initial positioning is accomplished by the 3 positioning laser beams, bidirectional X-ray images can be taken to confirm that the position is accurate. If it is not, simply adjust the position of the image on the computer by placing the cursor at the center of the region of interest.
Direct Positioning with 5 Laser Beams
5 positioning laser beams set the patient‘s position and align the region of interest. First, the patient‘s initial position is set using the 3 laser beams.
Then, 2 additional laser beams are aligned to the region of interest. The C-arm will automatically move to the right position.
Clinical Case Example
The panoramic image to the left suggests that there is an apical lesion on the distal root of tooth #26. Further inspection with a 3D image, however, shows that the lesion is on the buccal side of an extremely curved mesial root.