The new multifunctional X-ray unit is said to have 3D, panoramic and head measurement capabilities.
J. MORITA USA, the world's leading imaging technology company, introduced the Veraview X800, a new all-in-one X-ray unit with 3D, panoramic and head measurement capabilities. After a complete redesign, the X800 is said to have practical, unique and sophisticated features that can produce stunning images for a full assessment.
The Veraview X800 is said to provide advanced dental equipment technology that automatically sets the optimum X-ray beam angle, 3D for horizontal or 2D panoramic images up 5°. This slight upward projection of panoramic imaging is designed to improve image quality by eliminating potential superstructure anatomy including shadows from the base of the skull and hard palate on the upper jaw. For 3D imaging, the horizontal beam minimizes distortion and reduces metal artifacts. Therefore, the X800 device can adjust itself to optimize the image quality of both acquisition technologies.
The CBCT imaging definition has also been improved with a volume reduction of 80 μm and a resolution of 2.5 LP/mm. This value is said to be an outstanding imaging sharpness of a multifunction unit. The X800 provides up to 11 FOVs covering the dental and maxillofacial regions. This model also offers Morita's completely unique 3D Reuleaux Full Arch FOV. The unique shape of the FOV is very close to that of a natural dental arch, so the dose is reduced by excluding the area outside the region of interest.
Another image enhancement feature of the Veraview X800 is Morita's unique zoom reconstruction feature. If a larger field of view is obtained and the resolution of the selected part of the scan needs to be increased, the area can be reconstructed with the highest resolution of 80 μm without repetitive scanning, so that unnecessary retakes can be avoided. In addition, two 3D exposure modes are designed to provide more control and flexibility with respect to acquisition time and 360° or 180° rotation resolution.
The X800 is said to have excellent practicality in many dental applications and is an asset for dental surgery, oral and maxillofacial surgery, implant dentistry, periodontal disease, pulp disease, orthodontics and general dentistry. Other dental instruments features include partial panoramic/cephalometric images, extraoral occlusion modules, adjustable chinrest height for simple and accurate patient positioning, and i-Dixel 2.0 3D imaging software with DICOM output capability.