Movement, metal artefacts, and small voxel sizes are generally recognised as challenges to CBCT image quality. With Planmeca 3D units and their advanced image enhancement options, you can rise above these concerns and succeed every time. The options can either be selected preventively before imaging or utilised afterwards to achieve reliable results. The choice is yours!
Our patented SCARA (Selectively Compliant Articulated Robot Arm) technology guarantees an anatomically accurate imaging geometry. The SCARA arm can produce any movement pattern required. This enables accurate and reliable volume positioning and volume diameter adjustment, resulting in clear and error-free images and reducing the doses patients are exposed to.
With a complete set of tools for image viewing, enhancement, measurement, drawing and annotations, our Planmeca Romexis® software is great for improving the diagnostic value of 3D images. The software consists of different modules, so you can choose the ones that suit your needs best. Convenient import and export functionalities are also included.
Metal restorations and root fillings can cause shadows and streaks in 3D images. Our intelligent Planmeca ARA™ algorithm removes these artefacts efficiently and reliably. The algorithm is the result of extensive scientific research and available for all Planmeca 3D units.
Our Planmeca AINO™ algorithm is a fantastic way to achieve noise-free images without losing valuable details. The algorithm improves image quality when using small voxel sizes and allows lowering exposure values by reducing noise. Planmeca AINO is available for all our 3D units.
Our endodontic imaging mode provides perfect visualisation of even the finest anatomical details. This advanced imaging mode is an ideal choice for endodontics and other cases dealing with small details. It produces an extremely high resolution with a 75 μm voxel size, enabling precise diagnostics and treatment plans.
All Planmeca 3D imaging units feature a wide range of advanced imaging modes – from low dose imaging with minimal patient doses to capturing the best resolutions with the smallest sizes. The units offer voxel sizes from 600 to 75 μm.
For capturing images with a minimal patient dose (ideally suited for orthodontic, pediatric and sinus studies).
Used for jaw factures, TMJ and small-to-large volume sizes.
The best choice for most common imaging needs.
Provides more detailed images when required.
Designed for imaging small objects, such as ear bones.
Offers the best resolution with the smallest size.