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Radiologia
DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING
KODAK 9000 3D X-ray

In dentistry, as in other medical specialties, it is often necessary to supplement the clinical examination with radiographic studies for a more thorough analysis and accurate diagnosis.

A state-of-the-art extraoral radiography system is available in this study: "Kodak 9000 3D.


That's why this system offers a significant improvement in terms of treatment and service to the patient.
 

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"TWO IN ONE" SOLUTION

This solution allows you to have a machine that allows you to obtain exceptional images, both two-dimensional and, if necessary,

three-dimensional, thanks to the combination of the two technologies in a single device.

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THREE-IN-ONE SOLUTION
TWO-DIMENSIONAL TECHNOLOGY

Panoramic images are the first fundamental step in most dental examinations and treatments, thanks to the complete view they provide:

In addition to the teeth in their coronal part (the part visible when the patient's mouth is opened while sitting in an armchair) and radicular part

(the part of the tooth in the bone), panoramic images provide initial information about the temporomandibular joints, the nasal septum, the state of health of these structures and their relationship with each other, the nasal septum, the state of health of these structures and their relationship to each other (for example, we can observe the proximity of the lower molars to the inferior alveolar nerve running through the lower jaw or the relationship of an upper tooth to the maxillary sinus).

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THREE-DIMENSIONAL TECHNOLOGY

It allows us to obtain perfect anatomical images, avoiding the need to interpret reality in an approximate way.

For a more precise analysis, when a two-dimensional image is not sufficient, it is possible to take a "photo" of only the area concerned, which allows us to obtain three-dimensional information about the object being studied.

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DOUBLE EFFECTIVE

The Kodak 9000 3D system offers both technologies (two-dimensional and three-dimensional) in a single machine, allowing you to select the most appropriate choice from a computer program and to switch between modes without manually changing the sensors.

PRECISE SYSTEM

The Kodak 9000 3D uses a special field of view for high-resolution images and optimal voxel sizes.

It is ideal for local dental applications, even the most complex such as endodontics.

SAFE SYSTEM

The Kodak 9000 3D reduces radiation exposure, improving image quality and protecting the patient.

SIMPLE SYSTEM

Positioning the patient for image capture is simple and the use of a laser sight ensures correct alignment with ease. In addition, a pre-acquisition option is available in 3D mode to assist the operator by providing a double check of the correct positioning of the unit.

A NEW PERSPECTIVE

Thanks to this new way of observing the oral structures and their associated pathologies, all the useful information can be obtained in detail in the examined volume, analysed from all angles and within the required topographical slices (i.e. each section in which the three-dimensional image is cut both in width, length and height).

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A NEW PRECISION

With three-dimensional images, it is possible to obtain a precise visualisation of the dental and oral structures in general in their spatial representation. It is possible to visualise the axial, coronal and sagittal topographic slices, i.e. to analyse the object in question in three dimensions. All this, of course, provides a realistic and complete view for a more accurate diagnosis.

NEW APPLICATIONS

Kodak 9000 3D offers a wide range of applications including endodontics, implantology, surgery, assessment of periapical lesions, fractures, oral pathology, etc.

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SIMPLE, FLEXIBLE, FUNCTIONAL SOFTWARE

The dental imaging software is complete and capable of producing two and three dimensional images. The 3D module is versatile, simple and effective because it integrates all the basic functions: measurements, multiplanar analysis, three-dimensional volume analysis and orthogonal views, to name but a few. The Kodak 9000 3D system produces images in "dicom" format, the international standard for medical images, and is controlled by the same Kodak dental image management software used for all Kodak digital systems.

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