The Orthophos E is designed for digital extraoral imaging and features panoramic, pediatric panoramic, bitewing, and other exposure programs. It also is equipped with basic programs for the 2D diagnostic process. In addition, a motorized forehead and temple support helps to stabilize patients, while the integrated temple width measurement can automatically select the appropriate orbital curve for optimum image results.
The new Orthophos systems. Image courtesy of Dentsply Sirona.
The Orthophos S can be used in 2D mode and as a combined 2D/3D system. Its optimal cephalometric arm is suitable for orthodontic practices, and its autopositioner supports automatic positioning of the patient.
Orthophos SL features a direct conversion sensor and sharp layer technology for panoramic and 3D imaging, as well as autopositioner, 2D programs, and a range of volume sizes in high-definition, standard-definition, and low-dose mode. It also includes metal artifact reduction software for improved image interpretation by automatically detecting metals in each volume.
All three systems offer the company's Sidexis 4 imaging software for enhanced image quality at low dose.
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