RAYSCAN Alpha Plus 120 PAN CBCT
3-in-1 The RAYSCAN Alpha Plus 120 PAN CBCT is designed with cutting-edge detectors and pulsed X-ray technology. Various 2D panoramic modes provide the relevant clinical data you need to make accurate diagnoses.
The RAYSCAN Alpha Plus 120 PAN CBCT is a cutting-edge dental imaging system that combines panoramic and cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) imaging in a single device. It offers advanced 3D imaging technology that delivers high-resolution, detailed images of the oral and maxillofacial region, making it an ideal diagnostic tool for a wide range of dental procedures.
This device has a large field of view and a fast scan time, allowing for quick and efficient imaging of the entire oral cavity. It provides superior diagnostic accuracy and offers dental professionals the ability to plan and perform treatments with greater precision and confidence.
The system is equipped with intuitive software that makes it easy to manipulate and analyze images, allowing for efficient diagnosis and treatment planning. It is designed with patient comfort and safety in mind, minimizing radiation exposure while delivering accurate and reliable imaging results.
Rayscan utilizes Adaptive Moving Focus technology to configure the panoramic image layer and optimize the signal; to noise ratio to produce high-quality images. The first manufacturer with wireless remote control for positioning. ATCT (Adaptive Tube Cooling Time) – continuous acquisition without forced cooling prevents image downgrading (ideal for that very busy practice).
The high-performance Cadmium Telluride (CdTe) detector allows for the capture of excellent pan images at reduced radiation doses. 1-shot and scanning CEPH are an option. Short exposure times reduce the risk of retakes associated with patient movement. Fully customizable FOV from 4X3 to 12X10
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