CBCT viewing

A 3D Cone Beam based CT (Cone Beam CT) offers a wide variety of viewing combinations.

Unlimited number of viewing combinations

A single 3D image can be a source for any number of high quality cross-sections: panoramic, axial, transversal, diagonal, sagittal, inclined and three-dimensional, and they can all be made with just a few mouse clicks. The thickness of each image, i.e. cross-section, can be adjusted to fit the viewer’s needs. This way you are able to view any combination of cross-sections on your screen. With every set of images we will set up several “projects”, that is combinations of cross-sections that can be viewed.


Panoramic and teleradiographic images

Panoramic and teleradiographic images can be produced by reconstructing the 3D volume of the 3D L/XL field individually with their own option to regulate layer thickness.

Diagonal cross-sections

It is easy and quick to produce a sequence of diagonal cross-sections for any element of maxillofacial anatomy.

Axial images

Viewing a series of axial images is an excellent way to rate the status of the sinuses, air ways, sediments in ducts, and the position of third molars and impacted teeth.

Transversal images

A transversal view provides a clear picture of the sinuses and the positions of the roots in the bone and in relation to other structures.

MPR (MultiPlanar Reconstruction)

A multidimensional reconstruction is a basic way of visualizing anatomy. Sections can be adjusted to fit the viewer’s needs to show points of interest from various directions. The program automatically produces a diagonal image after pulling a central line along the jaw. There is no need to waste time on improvements and adjustments. The path and position of the nerve can easily be marked on the images and all necessary measurements can be performed.


3D Reconstruction

An excellent 3D view of the bone structures offers outstanding viewing possibilities and raises communication with the patient to the highest level.