Hyperion features Morphology Recognition Technology (MRT) which automatically identifies patient size and all parameters required to ensure correct X-ray exposure.
Allow your patient to stand still, while the laser-guided multi-motor kinematics positions itself in a matter of seconds. The face-to-face approach makes it comfortable for both dentist and patient. Reassuring eye contact with your patient is possible at all times. A fast scan reduces possibility of patient movement. 7.3 seconds for the child panoramic and just 9.3 seconds the adult panoramic.
Via laser-guided multi-motor kinematics, Hyperion positions itself around your patient, reads the subject and scans accordingly. No standardized single rotation axis. Each exam is personalized to give you utmost diagnostic precision.
With MRT technology there is no need to program exposure times or technical factors such as kV or mA levels, nor is it necessary to select patient build. Hyperion predicts your needs exactly.
X7 Cephalometric Teleradiography
The series X7 machines can host a teleradiography unit for anter-posterior, poster-anterior and lateral cranium scanning, including special projections such as the submentovertex. The primary servo-controlled collimator allows the user to select the area to be exposed. The secondary collimator is concealed within the rotating section until emerging during scanning. The machines in the X7 series can house a relocatable sensor or two permanent sensors.
Virtual control panel
The virtual control panel, which can be installed on a PC, allows all diagnostic activities to be controlled from a workstation. For example, the user can link up a mini tablet-PC with touch screen to pilot the machine while comfortably positioned outside the X-ray area. Store images on a memory card or share them over your local network through the industry standard Ethernet.
28 diagnostic programs
Standard orthopanoramic or paediatric projections with automatic selection of correct morphology.
Frontal and lateral views of the maxillary sinuses and multi-angle lateral and posterior-anterior views of the temporo-mandibular joint.
Partial projections can be selected as a comfortable alternative to intra-oral images for patients with a strong gag reflex.
DTS Dynamic Transversal Slicing
DTS is a dedicated examination, with consequent reconstruction of data, that adds information regarding the depth of a specific region of the upper and lower dental arch by using a very limited X-ray dose.
Inspection of surgical site
The selection of a region of interest is done within a rectangular area directly on a panoramic radiographic image of the patient in question, or by a template of an average patient. Field of view: 4x4x10cm.
Being able to glance through transversal slices of the area in question on a PC screen is extremely useful to whoever practices implantology, simply because it offers accurate radiographic data to work with, perfect for reliable measurements.
Hyperion features Morphology Recognition Technology (MRT) which automatically identifies patient size and all parameters...