ImageWorks | Panoura X-era 3D Dental CBCT Scanner

he ImageWorks X-era 3D CBCT with Ceph (with Acq PC) produces 3D dental imaging using a rotating gantry attached to an X-ray source and detector. The X-era system delivers state of the art high-quality imaging, it also increases productivity by decreasing the time spent on the image-capturing process. The data acquired from a CBCT machine is used to reconstruct a three-dimensional image of the patient’s anatomy, thus reducing the risk of retaking the x-ray. The ImageWorks X-era CBCT incorperates one of the smallest sized focal points in the industry, at 0.2 mm the x-era creates high quality images.

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About the X-era 3D Dental CBCT

    • Direct Conversion sensor.
    • Clip FMX from Panoramic.
    • Easy to Use and a Great Price.
    • Integrates with all Major Software.
    • Multiple Fields of View from 6 cm x 4 cm up to 16 cm x 8 cm.
    • Ideal for all applications including Endo, Implants and Airway.
    • Gorgeous Image quality at all levels.
    • Low dosage mode emits less radiation than a traditional intraoral FMX exam.
    • 2D Panoramic and Ceph Images in Ultra HD.
    • Direct Conversion Sensor avoids extra transition step that degrades image quality with most panoramic x-ray sensors.
    • TMJ and bitewings.
    • Captures over 50 different panoramic layers in every scan so that even if technique is less than perfect, a fantastic image can be achieved.
    • 16 bit sensor creates best-in-class contrast resolution.
    • 2D images integrate with most major imaging software platforms.
    • 3D images viewed throughout the office.
    • 3D volumes are DICOM standard so can easily be imported into most major 3D imaging software, or used with any lab service.
    • 3D volume can be converted to STL format.
    • Colleagues can view 3D volumes sent to them even if they have no software other than Windows.
    • Front-viewing patient positioning.
    • Ceph model has option of dedicated ceph sensor.
    • Intuitive interface means less training and no mistakes.
    • Simple positioning also enhances patient comfort.

Extraoral X-Rays

Panoramic X-rays

The Panoramic X-rays help the dentist have a good look at all of the patient’s teeth in one single x-ray. Panoramic x-rays are used to spot the position of fully developed teeth as well as developing teeth, can help detect impacted teeth, and aids in diagnosis of tumors.


Tomograms help the dentist examine structures of the mouth that are difficult to see clearly because other structures in close proximity block the view. These types of x-rays show a particular part of the mouth that is being examined while blurring out all other adjacent parts.

Cephalometric projections (Ceph)

Cephalometric projections help the dentist develop treatment plans by observing the entire side of the patients head in order to examine the teeth in relation to the jaw and profile.

Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT)

CBCT x-rays help the dentist capture 3D images of the patient’s dental structure, soft tissue, nerves and bone. CBCT can help detect problems in the gums, roots of teeth and in the jaw, it also assists with tooth implant placement and can help diagnose tumors in the face and mouth. These x-rays produce a high quality images which makes detecting problems very simple.

What types of problems do X-rays help detect?

X-rays help your dentist diagnose problems in your teeth and jaws.

In adults, X-rays show:

  • Decay, especially small areas of decay between teeth.
  • Decay beneath existing fillings.
  • Bone loss in the jaw.
  • Changes in the bone or root canal due to infection.
  • Condition and position of teeth to help prepare for tooth implants, braces, dentures or other dental procedures.
  • Abscesses (an infection at the root of a tooth or between the gum and a tooth).
  • Cysts and some types of tumors.

In children, X-rays determine:

  • If decay is developing.
  • If there is enough space in the mouth to fit all incoming teeth.
  • If wisdom teeth are developing.
  • If teeth are impacted (unable to emerge through the gums).



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