Our Planmeca Solanna™ operating light is renowned for its superior lighting features and easy operation. Just when you thought an operating light couldn’t get any better, we have added two, fully integrated 4K cameras to create Planmeca Solanna™ Vision. Taking high-resolution images and videos has never been as fast and easy!
Planmeca Solanna™ Vision is not only a state-of-the-art operating light, but also an advanced data centre. It is an intelligent operating light with two fully integrated 4K cameras, a digital zoom and integrated microphones.
With Planmeca Solanna Vision, you can take premium-quality still images and videos. You can record treatment sessions and use these recordings e.g. to educate your patients, to consult with your colleagues or to document treatment information. The integrated cameras can stream entire treatment sessions or record individual moments during treatment. Everything is automatically stored in the Planmeca Romexis® software for easy access.
With no need for extra cameras, your workflow becomes smoother than ever before. The cameras are sealed behind a one-piece front cover and can be easily operated via the Planmeca Romexis software, the dental unit’s user interface, the operating light handle or the unit’s foot control.
The wide imaging field allows capturing the complete operating area. The advanced exposure and light control prevents overexposure and guarantees the best possible image quality. Built-in image stabilisation assures stable and sharp images and recordings in all conditions.
Both of our Planmeca Solanna™ operating lights provide perfect visibility over the entire treatment area. There is enough intensity for all dental procedures, and you can adjust the brightness and colour temperature according to your own preferences and specific treatments. The operating light’s effortless movements allow smooth positioning in all situations.
Planmeca Solanna Vision is built on a powerful platform which allows dental professionals to access unforeseen features, such as surgical implant navigation, through software upgrades in the future. In dynamic surgical navigation, 4K cameras track in real time the position of the clinician’s drill relative to the patient’s anatomy. The technology enables more accurate and more predictable implant placement.