Digital Panoramic & 3D

 

DIGITAL PANORAMIC UNITS AND 3D IMAGING

Dental X-rays' radiology is moving from film technology (involving a chemical developing process) to digital X-ray technology, which is based on electronic sensors and computers. One of the principal advantages compared to film based systems is the much greater exposure latitude.

 

This means many fewer repeated scans, which reduces costs and also reduces patient exposure to radiation. Lost X-rays can also be reprinted if the digital file is saved. Other significant advantages include instantly viewable images, the ability to enhance images, the ability to email images to practitioners and clients (without needing to digitize them first), easy and reliable document handling, reduced X-ray exposure, that no darkroom is required, and that no chemicals are used.

 

Dental panoramic radiography equipment consists of a horizontal rotating arm which holds an X-ray source and a moving sensor mechanism (digital Xray Sensor) at opposed extremities. The patient's skull sits between the X-ray generator and the Xray Sensor. The X-ray source is collimated toward the sensor, to give a beam shaped as a vertical blade having a width of 4-7mm when arriving on the sensor, after crossing the patient's skull.

 

Also the height of that beam covers the mandibles and the maxilla regions. The arm moves and its movement may be described as a rotation around an instant center which shifts on a dedicated trajectory.

 

Our Solution

Today’s modern dental practices need not only the latest cutting edge technology and speed, but also the certainty of knowing that all confidential information is kept safe. Inteli Dental is your one source provider for all technical needs within the dental field.
 
From computer networks implementations to audio-visual solution; Inteli Dental specializes in bringing all the pieces together so that doctors can concentrate on what is most important, the patients’ well being.

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