- Decades of experience have given rise to a device that meets every clinical demand.
- The ample fields of view provide for comprehensive diagnoses in relation to both the upper and lower dental arches, all with just a single scan.
- Thanks to the use of the latest technologies, the unit is capable of generating panoramic images with a precise focus range along the entire dental arch.
- As an exceptional added-value feature, the device even offers the possibility of easily upgrading from 2D to 3D and Ceph configuration.
NewTom GiANO performs several 2D examination types.
This field of view is recommended for endodontic, periodontal and implantology diagnoses, as well as for localizing impacted teeth.
Thanks to its three-dimensional image acquisition capability, Cone Beam (CBCT) radiology generates various image types including panoramic, cephalometric and 3D images, all of which are ideal for orthodontic and aesthetic procedures, as well as for the treatment of more serious diseases. 3D images provide a comprehensive representation of the scanned area, even allowing for the angle of view and the depth of the reconstructed images to be modified.
Cone Beam 3D technology is one of the most effective tools available for evaluating implant sites. 3D images can identify potential pathologies and structural abnormalities with unprecedented accuracy.
CB3D takes the examination of the Temporomandibular Joint to a new level. After a single scan, Sagittal and Coronal views can be sectioned to show joint space and pathologies. 3D image reconstruction can clearly provide detailed information of the TMJ and Cervical Spine anatomy.
Endo – Perio
In order to perform certain procedures, like treating a fractured tooth, mandibular canal therapy and caring for the surrounding tissue, endodontic and periodontic specialists require extremely high quality images that will allow them to identify every detail of the treatment area, make an accurate diagnosis, and establish an effective treatment plan. Upon carrying out a thorough examination of the area in question, the user will gain a full appreciation for the device’s less invasive nature and greater suitability.
Oral and maxillofacial surgeryThis discipline deals with the correction of various soft and hard tissue diseases afflicting the maxillofacial area. Scans performed using NewTom devices precisely illustrate specific characteristics, such as the presence of teeth or fractures, bone density and depth, and the shape and the inclination of the root. Furthermore, in the case of post-operative scans, the presence of any metallic elements will not affect image quality. On the contrary, thanks to the low number of rays necessary, the scattering effect is almost non-existent, thus allowing the anatomical structures scanned to be clearly displayed.