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Orthopantomograph® OP200 D by Instrumentarium Dental Inc.

Orthopantomograph® OP200 D

Instrumentarium Dental Inc.

ORTHOPANTOMOGRAPH® OP200 with VT is the most advanced and comprehensive cross-sectional imaging system on the market. It provides accurate and valuable information especially for implant planning. With the VT there is no need for unit modifications or purchasing expensive sensors.

• Accurate and stable patient positioning

Correct patient positioning is assured by three positioning laser lights. Frankfurt and midsagittal lights aid finding the correct angulation of the patient's head and the occlusion correction light ensures proper anterior positioning.

A rigid 5-point positioning system including forehead support, chin rest and bite fork eliminates patient movement. The open design allows easy viewing and positioning of the patient from either the left or right side.

• Correct imaging values - automatically

The OP200 D has a method for dose-controlled Automatic Exposure Control. The system measures patient bone thickness from the ramus and defines individual exposure values for patients with different sizes. This also enables individual Automatic Spine Compensation values to reduce spinal shadow in the image for each patient.

• V-shaped beam for clinically proven imaging geometry

The V-shaped X-ray beam adapts to the human anatomy, providing even greater detail and a wider mandibular image layer. The V-shaped X-ray beam also allows for more penetrating power for the thicker maxilla area. A V-shaped beam supports better imaging of the human anatomy than a standard beam and ensures a homogeneous image.

• Partial programs - Decrease of dose

When a full panoramic image is not required, 1 to 5 segments of the horizontal image can be selected to expose only regions of diagnostic interest.

• Special geometry

The Ortho Zone program provides a special geometry to solve two common imaging problems: metal artefacts in the molar region of the condyle, and the need for an exceptionally wide anterior layer for patients with malocclusion.

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