How to acquire clear, concise images with the Excelsior Pro
Why Catapult commenters say they prefer PreCion's CBCT machines over other dental instruments.
With the expanding role of diagnostics in our practice, members of Catapult Education are pleased to be asked to evaluate Prexion's newest CBCT innovator Excelsior Pro. As a Japanese-based company, it has a long history of medical and dental imaging. Our assessors are very positive about their latest portfolio.
Catapult Education There is no doubt that CBCT is becoming the standard for many professional care in our industry. CBCT machines have taken the lead in our daily lives, from precise plan of planting treatment to assessment of endodontic disease. With the advances in sleep diagnosis and TMJ assessment, as well as various doses of imaging as a wonderful adjunct, we began to understand the scope of CBCT. All four of our jurors used the cone beam experience in their own offices, and their overall assessment was that Excelsior Pro produced amazing images.
The image can be obtained by adjusting voxels and focus, but as a dentist, it is beyond my knowledge. All we want is great images, low radiation, fast processing and software that we can use instead of being intimidated.
The main reason to evaluate this new CBCT machine is to see if the improved system is able to get sharper and clearer images and provide better detail for diagnosis and treatment planning.
Evaluators found the machine better or better than other manufacturers. None of the evaluators tested against all competitors, CBCT, but both had some CBCT experience and the average person with more than 25 years of experience in reviewers. All assessors have said they will buy this CBCT and recommend it to a colleague.
The problem persists if there are other features that the evaluator likes in addition to the outstanding imagery.
The quality of team appreciation includes:
Anatomy of the accuracy and ability to help cure the plan. Three of the four evaluators rated it excellent; the fourth rated it very good.
Increase case acceptance and customer support. It was rated as excellent or very good by the reviewers.
Then the problem of this group is what can be improved, the answer is related to the complexity of the software. Like most CBCTs, this software can be overwhelming, and the team believes that additional training is essential in addition to the initial training. They mentioned online training and generally asked if there was any way to streamline their experience. I think this is a key way for Prexion to enter the industry; education must be top priority.
Panoramic images are no exception, as these images are still required. Incidentally, this is a good internal issue for your board of directors if you need to use Panorex images instead of low-dose CBCT images.
Bitewing image again.
Big vision (we think it has been solved).
Merging a ceph without arms.
Cloud backup - is this possible?
The assessors did not hesitate to issue Excelsior Pro Prexion a "casting confidence vote."