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Three-In-One Imaging Efficiency

True Panoramic Technology, One-Shot Cephalometric Imaging Featuring true panoramic imaging and one-shot cephalometric abilities, the Carestream Dental CS 9300-C gives you an unprecedented number of imaging possibilities. And, regardless of which modality you use, the system delivers consistently superb image quality.
  • Variable focal trough adapts to patient’s jaw morphology—generating high-quality, true panoramic images
  • One-shot cephalometric imaging captures images in less than a second and reduces risk of motion blur and retakes
  • Features broadest range of cephalometric imaging options—5 sizes ranging from 18 x 18 cm to 30 x 30 cm
  • Exclusive landmark cephalometric tracing software automatically traces anatomical structures to save time

Sinus and Temporal Bone Imaging

The Carestream Dental CS 9300-C’s industry-leading superior isotropic spatial resolution promotes better visualization of sinus structures, sub-millimeter structures at air-bone interfaces, and middle and inner ear components and interfaces—such as the tympanic membrane, ossicles, semicircular canals, mastoid air cells, and cochlea.

Oral and Maxillofacial Imaging

Providing anatomical image data similar to MDCT—but with higher definition and at a significantly lower radiation dose—CBCT imaging is the new standard for oral and dental imaging. Large size volumes combined with excellent bony structure visualization make the Carestream Dental CS 9300-C the ideal tool for maxillofacial imaging.
 

Providing anatomical image data similar to MDCT—but with higher definition and at a significantly lower radiation dose—CBCT imaging is the new standard for oral and dental imaging.

Large size volumes combined with excellent bone structure visualization make the Carestream Dental CS 9300-C the ideal tool for maxillofacial imaging.

The Carestream Dental CS 9300-C’s industry-leading superior isotropic spatial resolution promotes better visualization of sinus structures, sub-millimeter structures at air-bone interfaces, and middle and inner ear components and interfaces—such as the tympanic membrane, ossicles, semicircular canals, mastoid air cells, and cochlea.1

1 Xu J, Reh D,Carey J, Mahesh M, Siewerdsen JH. Technical assessment of a cone beam CT scanner for otolaryngology imaging: image quality, dose and technique protocols.
Med. Phys. Accepted for publication, July 2012.
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