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Veraviewepocs 3D R100

Veraviewepocs 3D R100

The Veraviewepocs 3D R100 offers unique MORITA image quality for every dental practice. This unit has revolutionized 3D imaging and continues to set standards. Superior image quality in 3D and 2D, the MORITA-exclusive Panoramic Scout function, and the MORITA-exclusive Reuleaux image format, are just a few examples. In addition, there are features such as eight selectable exposure areas, an automatic exposure for panorama shots, and innovative techniques for automatic dose reduction.

  • Features

    3D Imaging: superior image quality plus reduced effective dose

    For 3D images, the Veraviewepocs 3D R100 combines impressive resolution and image quality with effective dose reduction through the Dose Reduction Mode function. 

    Exceptionally high resolution and sharpness

    The Veraviewepocs offers high resolution images of 125 μm voxel. It provides brilliant images of the periodontal pocket, the periodontal ligament, and the alveolar bone. This exceptional image quality is also extremely useful for implant therapy, from planning to post-operative observation. In addition, radiation exposure time for 3D images is just 9.4 seconds.

    Dose Reduction Mode for reduction of effective dose

    The Dose Reduction Mode is a valuable and advanced feature of the Veraviewepocs for the protection of patients. It ensures that the dose is automatically reduced in areas with lower bone density. The result is a reduction in radiation exposure of up to 40%. At the same time, the soft tissue is displayed much better, especially in the anterior region.

    Easy and reliable positioning for 3D Images

    Panoramic Scout, Two-direction Scout and 5 positioning laser beams - the Veraviewepocs offers you three options for easy, reliable positioning and selection of the region of interest for 3D images.

    Exclusive: Panoramic Scout for images of limited areas

    With its MORITA-exclusive Panoramic Scout function, the Veraviewepocs allows you to easily and reliably define and set the right target area for small field CBCTs. As a basis for this, you use an existing panoramic image. On the computer, just select the region in question and mark it with a small square. At the touch of a button, the device automatically moves to the correct position and is ready to acquire the CBCT image. The benefit for you: you create the image stress-free and right away in the region you are interested in. The benefit for your patient: A lower dose due to the limited area and also less stress when taking the image.

    Two-directional Scout

    After initial positioning is accomplished by the 3 positioning laser beams, 2-directional X-ray images can be taken to confirm that the position is accurate. If it is not, simply adjust the position of the image on the computer by placing the cursor at the center of the region of interest.

    Direct Positioning with Laser Beams

    Positioning laser beams set the patient’s position and align the region of interest manually. First, the patient’s initial position is set using the 3 laser beams. Then, 2 additional laser beams are aligned to the region of interest. The C-arm will automatically move to the right position.

    Six fields of view (FOV) to choose from

    Veraviewepocs 3D R100 offers a total of 6 exposure areas from 40 x 40 mm up to 100 x 80 mm for various diagnostic needs. The full arch scan captures the maxilla and/or the mandible with the equivalent of 100 mm in diameter and two height options of 50 or 80 mm. Its full arch capability, reduced dose, and exceptional clarity are ideal features for implant planning and oral surgery.

    Six Fields of View:
    Ø 100 x H 80 mm (3D Reuleaux Full Arch FOV) Provincial restrictions may apply.
    Ø 100 x H 50 mm (3D Reuleaux Full Arch FOV) Provincial restrictions may apply.
    Ø 80 x H 80 mm
    Ø 80 x H 50 mm
    Ø 40 x H 80 mm
    Ø 40 x H 40 mm

    Panoramic imaging: innovative functions for brilliant image quality and effective dose reduction

    Autofocus (AF Automatic Positioning)

    Image quality starts with patient positioning. The Autofocus of the Veraviewepocs makes this task nearly effortless. A light beam sensor automatically positions the unit without requiring the patient to move. The light beam sensor measures the distance to the patient‘s teeth, then the arm automatically moves into the optimal position. This process produces images with a high degree of reproducibility.

    Digital Direct Auto Exposure (DDAE): Real-time Dose Adjustment

    The DDAE function automatically adjusts the radiation dose during exposure to areas of lower or higher density. The results are a significantly improved contrast and dynamic range as well as high image quality at a reduced dose. 

    Auto Image Enhancement - High Definition (AIE-HD)The automatic optimization of the image quality based on the real data adjusts the image to the overall density and brightens dark areas. The result is an optimal image in which every detail is sharp and clearly visible.

    Partial Panoramic (Collimated Scan)

    The automatic optimization of the image quality based on the real data adjusts the image to the overall density and brightens dark areas. The result is an optimal image in which every detail is sharp and clearly visible.

    Optimum layer positioning in the panoramic image

    The image layer for panoramic images can be adjusted after the exposure has been made to improve clarity and sharpness. This function makes it possible to improve the image range for areas with differing depths, as well as the surface. With this function, you are able to choose between single, double, or three-point adjustment.

    High quality cephalometric imaging

    The Veraviewepocs takes cephalometric images with high speed and ensures high quality images each and every time.

    High speed

    The Veraviewepocs system offers high speed performance requiring only 2.6 to 5.8 seconds for a lateral projection. The speed helps to ensure high quality images each and every time. For pediatric patients, the reduced scan time is especially helpful as repeat images due to patient movement are virtually eliminated.

    Low Dose

    With only a tenth of the dose compared to a conventional X-ray*, the exposure level is significantly reduced.

    High Quality Image with Wide Dynamic Range

    You obtain far more information about hard and soft tissue – with just a single acquisition.

    Variable Imaging Processing

    The variable image processing technique generates optimum grayscale values by varying scanning speeds for hard and soft tissue. With this technique, the entire exposure time is only 4.1 seconds. Without this feature, the processing time is 4.9 seconds.

    Processing Time

    On average, image processing is completed within just 20 seconds.Cephalometric Programsposterior-anteriorlateral


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