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Extraoral Imaging Range
Get to know the Dentsply Sirona extraoral X-ray units. Each of the three models offer you the best image quality and programs to support your needs. From entry level 2D digital units to the high end 2D/3D hybrid units, the Orthophos Family offers a variety of features to help you achieve the highest level of diagnostics in endodontics, orthodontics, periodontics and general dentistry.
Orthophos SL: The high-end 2D/3D X-ray unit with the best image quality for practices wanting more
Orthophos S: The high-performance 2D/3D X-ray unit with a comprehensive range of capabilities for every practice
Orthophos E: The solid entry-level 2D unit, great value for money for practices new to digital
What makes our units so unique?
The Direct Conversion Sensor
The Direct Conversion Sensor (DCS) has redefined the standard of panoramic imaging. X-rays are converted directly into electrical signals—unlike conventional systems, there are no signal losses due to light conversion. This means an improved image output for you. The result is images with a uniquely high level of sharpness, even at an extremely low dose.
The patented occlusal bite block
Position the patient with the patented occlusal bite block. The Orthophos intuitively determines the correct tilt of the head for optimal positioning and informs you through correlating symbols and colors how to adjust accordingly with just the press of the up or down arrow—no Frankfort Horizontal required.
Flexible Field of Views
When it comes to volume size, dose and image quality, every clinical case has individual requirements. The Orthophos family combines image quality and versatility. Choose the appropriate volume for your needs: From the focused Ø 5 cm x 5.5 cm volume to the Ø 11 cm x 10 cm volume, which displays the wisdom teeth and upper respiratory tract.
Each volume can be adjusted accordingly in three different modes to adapt to each patient’s unique situation:
- High Definition (HD)
- Standard Definition (SD)
- Low Dose (Low)
Low Dose – CBCT in the dose range of a 2D image
The imaging optimized Low Dose mode with a dedicated filter allows for the Imaging of dense structures, like bone, at a greatly reduced dose.
This makes Low Dose an efficient option for many clinical tasks:
- Sleep apnea therapy
- Tooth position localization in Orthodontics
- Post-op implant position check
Sidexis 4 Software
Whether 2D or 3D, it is best to view images in their native software. The modern and highly intuitive imaging software, Sidexis 4, supports clear diagnostics. With its award winning user interface, it promotes an easy workspace and clear navigation, saving valuable practice time. The clear platform also creates a basis for next-level patient communication, increasing trust and treatment acceptance.