Automatic dose control in CBCT
Figure 1 | At the second annual Dental 3D University (3DU) on October 7-8, 2016 in Boston, Massachusetts, participants will attend a 2-day event offering lectures from industry leaders and continuing education courses dedicated to Cone Beam 3D solutions. These courses are designed to help dentists provide excellence in patient care, improve practice efficiencies, and provide opportunities for growth. The complete agenda will also dive into the role of 3D in endodontics, reading 3D scans, real life case presentations, and software training. Along with these key concepts, participants at 3DU will learn about product solutions to maximize the capabilities of CBCT units and how to best utilize medium field-of-view systems like the ORTHOPANTOMOGRAPH™ OP300 Maxio from Instrumentarium Dental™.
The OP300 Maxio establishes its value to the dental practice by providing gold standard image quality and ease-of-use clinicians have come to expect in a unit from Instrumentarium Dental. This 3-in-1 platform demonstrates a commitment to innovation through features such as precise image positioning with Smartview™, freely positionable field-of-views and Instrumentarium Dental ADC™ (Automatic Dose Control) for both panoramic and 3D acquisitions.
ADC is a user-selectable feature that takes the guesswork out of setting imaging parameters. It offers clinically rich images at the optimal patient dose. This offers peace of mind for practitioners in assuring they have the details they require while adhering to the ALARA (As Low As Reasonably Achievable) principle.
The ADC feature is a corollary to Instrumentarium Dental’s Low Dose Technology™. LDT provides quality-optimized images with a very low dose across all field-of-views. As a result, LDT is ideal for dose-sensitive applications such as pediatric patients, follow-up imaging, or implant planning. All of these cases may be assessed with low radiation dose while still maintaining clinical value.
With this dual commitment to imaging excellence and responsible radiation, dentists no longer need to compromise between image quality and patient safety.
The name ORTHOPANTOMOGRAPH has stood for reliability and excellence in imaging. OP300 Maxio is part of this renowned product family with a legacy spanning 50 years. It is simply one of the most comprehensive 3-in-1 imaging platforms available today.
Learn more about OP300 Maxio by visiting www.instrumentariumdental.com. See details about speakers and topics at Dental 3DU by visiting Dental3DU.com.
For more information, contact: Instrumentarium Dental