Planmeca ProMax® 3D Max is a dedicated 3D imaging device that produces all required volume sizes for diagnosing the maxillofacial region – from the smallest special cases to images of the entire head.
Ø230 x 260 mm
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Ø230 x 100 mm
Ø230 x 60 mm
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Ø130 x 55 mm
Ø100 x 130 mm
Ø100 x 90 mm
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Patients are not statues, so at times they are going to move. When that happens, the Planmeca CALM™ algorithm allows you to easily correct patient movement artefacts from CBCT images.
Planmeca’s 3D units offer only the highest CBCT image quality. Its extensive volume size selection enables you to capture images for all clinical needs with optimal resolutions.
The proprietary Planmeca Ultra Low Dose™ protocol is a scientifically proven way to significantly lower doses during CBCT imaging without compromising image quality.
With a wide array of dedicated programs for ENT imaging, Planmeca ProMax 3D Max is an excellent X-ray unit for capturing images of sinuses, ears and airways.
Planmeca ProMax 3D Max can answer even the most demanding clinical needs, as the unit offers several imaging protocols that have been developed for specific diagnostic tasks.
Our Planmeca 4D™ Jaw Motion system tracks and visualises jaw movements – displaying the movements in real-time in a CBCT image and creating a fourth dimension to diagnostics.
The imaging workflow for Planmeca ProMax 3D Max is made up of convenient open patient positioning, simple scout images and an intuitive control panel that guides you through each step.
The Planmeca Romexis® software brings together all equipment at a clinic and is as powerful as it is flexible. The software’s many tools and features make it an excellent choice for even the largest environments.
Tailor made for orthodontics, Planmeca ProMax 3D Max’s Braces imaging protocol allows you to capture CBCT images precisely showing the metal brackets on braces. The unit has been certified for use with SureSmile.
Our patented SCARA technology is based on a robotic arm that can produce any needed movement pattern – leading to the best possible geometry for panoramic and CBCT images.