3D CBCT Imaging Re-Imagined

The winner of the iF Design Gold Award, Morita Veraview X800 is characterized by an inspirational design as well as outstanding image quality.  Accordingly, the 2D/3D X-ray unit Veraview X800 provides superior diagnostics for dentists and safety for patients. The incredible attention to detail, groundbreaking resolution of more than 2.5 LP/mm MTF and a voxel size of 80 μm are reflected not only in the image quality but also in the range of features. The revolutionary integrated zoom reconstruction enables reconstruction of larger scans with an 80 μm voxel size.

CBCT Applications Training – Morita X800

Online Applications Training videos providing relevant certification as set out by State Health and Radiation Departments to enable users to upgrade their extra oral licence to operate CBCT machines. Covering scan and protocol selection, patient positioning, scan acquisition, software navigation & manipulation.

3D CBCT Imaging Re-Imagined

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Highlights at a glance

Hyper-sharp images: The smallest details at a glance

Sharp imaging plays a key role in patient health. The sharper the image, the more accurate the diagnosis – resulting in a more predictable and successful treatment. This is where the Veraview X800 is especially impressive, with an absolutely top performance and uncompromising resolution.

Perfect flexibility with eleven fields of view

With eleven fields of view (FOVs), the X-ray system provides the diagnostic confidence needed for planning a successful treatment. Following the ALARA principle (as low as reasonably achievable), you can choose the optimum FOV for your diagnostic issue. So you always have the best possible image.

Face-to-face positioning: Communicating on the same level

Easy: Face-to-face positioning makes it easier both to communicate with the patient and to position the laser beam.

Intuitive: The touch panel works intuitively and effortlessly using Icons

Horizontal X-ray Beam for Minimal Artifacts

For CBCT exposures, the x-ray beam is horizontal during emission which minimizes artifacts and reduces distortion. By shifting the Flat Panel Detector (FPD), the angle of the X-ray beam can be adjusted from horizontal (for CBCT exposures) up to 5° for panoramic exposures and ensures high image quality.

Selectable options: Partial cephalometric images

For cephalometric exposures, three regions can be selected individually in order to reduce the X-ray exposure for the patient. All the same, increasing tube voltage to 100 kV still allows high quality exposures with a resolution of 96 μm.

Network integration: Latest and flexible networking solutions

CBCT and 2D images can be displayed on any PC or tablet computer using a conventional web browser without installing any special software, which is convenient and helpful for patient consultation.