Cefla launches Hyperion X9 scanner
March 1, 2013 --
Cefla Dental Group announced it has launched its next-generation digital pan/ceph/3D cone-beam CT scanner, Hyperion X9.
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The X9, a modular system with a total of 40 2D programs, performs bitewings, wide-focus panoramic imaging, volumetric tomography, and multiple ceph, temporomandibular joint, and sinus projections.
X9's 3D CBCT module is available with an 11 x 8-cm or 11 x 5-cm image detector, the firm said. It achieves full arch scans, including third-molar dentition and surrounding bone structure, even in adult males. Variable collimation allows for several fields-of-view with both detectors to match diagnostic needs.
Hyperion's NNT 4.0 clinical software comes with a prestocked implant library to simulate implant placement in the acquired datasets. High-speed processing, multilevel specialty-specific user interfaces, and DICOM exporting for third-party applications serves all specialties, the company noted.
The device is field-upgradable to ceph and CBCT at any time, requiring no more than two hours of downtime.