3D Cone Beam Scanner
Exceptionally reliable imaging technology with an unprecedented safety rating.
We strive to keep abreast of the newest innovations in dental technology in order to provide you with the safest and most effective treatment options. With this in mind, we are pleased to offer the ProMax 3D cone beam scanner from Planmeca.
The ProMax scanner generates a 3D image after only 14 seconds, providing an exceptionally high image resolution in a short period of time. Patients benefit from less waiting time for a diagnosis and quickly-generated treatment plans. Using the ProMax scanner, we can quickly assess your dental needs and have you back out enjoying your life in less time than you might expect from traditional imaging equipment.
The health and safety of our patients is our highest priority, which is why we use the ProMax scanner. Unlike traditional imaging equipment, the ProMax scanner emits the lowest level of radiation while providing a superior image. We are delighted to offer our patients this exceptionally reliable imaging technology with an unprecedented safety rating.
Pioneering Planmeca Ultra Low Dose™ Protocol
An even lower patient dose than in panoramic imaging, Planmeca ProMax® 3D units offer a unique Planmeca Ultra Low Dose™ imaging protocol, enabling CBCT imaging with an even lower patient radiation dose than standard 2D panoramic imaging. This pioneering imaging protocol is based on intelligent 3D algorithms developed by Planmeca and offers a vast amount of detailed anatomical information at a very low patient dose.
Reasons why our patients love this technology.
Planmeca ProMax® 3D units are known across the world for incredible ease of use and exceptional patient comfort.
Plan Your Next Implant
Fast, customized, and comfortable implant planning with our new imaging technology.
No More Pinching, No More Gagging,
No More Tears
Our extraoral imaging technology provides comfort to all patients by eliminating large, invasive, in-mouth sensors.
The machine has accurate and reliable volume positioning and volume diameter adjustment, reducing the amount of radiation our patients.