CS9300 3D CBCT & OPG
- The CS9300 offers the modern Dentist & Oral Surgeon a great choice of low dose 3D images of your patients.
- Installed for only £1,268.00.
- 5 years. 3.5% apr
- Focused Small Field (Endo) (5x5cm)
- Single Jaw (10x5cm)
- Dual Jaw (8x8cm)
- Extended Double Jaw (10x10cm)
With the new low dose CBCT mode, it is possible to capture a dual jaw 3D CBCT
while exposing your patient to around the same level of dose to that of a modern
efficient OPG, The example in the video below was just .23 Microsieverts.
The power of all-in-one
all your practice’s imaging needs in one system. With panoramic, up to seven selectable
3D sizes and optional cephalometric images, the CS 9300 produces more precise images
in every modality, enabling you to see any anatomical examination from every angle with
Superb image quality
valuable diagnostic information for a range of clinical applications, including focused-field,
single jaw, dual jaw, single and double TMJ, dual jaw, sinus and maxillofacial.
Cone beam CT used for image capture, delivers lower radiation dosage than conventional
CT units. The system also allows the user to collimate the imaging area – based on clinical needs
Low Dose Imaging
• 3D images at 3μSv in 5x5 cm adult exams— up to an 85% lower dose than panoramic imaging1a
• Drastically reduce dose and scanning time while maintaining diagnostic image quality
Dose reduction ranges from 0% to 85% based on the field of view size. Based on studies conducted by John B. Ludlow, University of North Carolina, School of Dentistry: Dosimetry of CS 8100 CBCT Unit and CS 9300 Low-Dose Protocol, August 2014; Dosimetry of the Carestream CS 9300 CBCT unit, June 2011.
- Two low dose programs available to match diagnostic needs:
- Low dose mode maximizes dose reduction― between 73% and 95% when compared to standard acquisition mode1
- Fast scan mode optimize image quality and reduce dose up to 40% over standard acquisition mode2
- Provides even better control of radiation dose and image quality
1. Dose reduction ranges from 73% to 95% based on the field of view size.
1. 2. Based on a study conducted by John Ludlow, University of North Carolina, School of Dentistry, Dosimetry of CS 8100 CBCT Unit and CS 9300 Low-Dose Protocol, August 2014.