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MyRay panoramic imager

Sept. 28, 2010
Users can benefit from intuitive panoramic scan process, as well as a complimentary small field 3D plug-in.
MyRay has announce the addition of the FDA-approved Hyperion Panoramic Imager to the company's line of digital imaging solutions. Comfort, efficiency, and user friendliness are features of this radiography machine. With the Hyperion, users not only benefit from an intuitive panoramic scan process but also from MyRay’s complimentary small field 3D plug-in.Incorporating the latest technologies, Hyperion positions itself around patients using laser-guided multi-motor kinematics, and reads and scans accordingly. Morphology Recognition Technology automatically identifies patient size and all parameters required to help ensure correct X-ray exposure. With 15 different diagnostic programs, including multiple TMJ projections, Hyperion satisfies dental diagnostic needs.After the initial panoramic acquisition, the operator can select a 40x40x100-mm area to further explore in 3D. A series of 1-mm thick cross-sectional slices allows volume browsing along the panoramic focal trough. You can evaluate bone availability and mandibular canal position, acquire 1:1 measurements, and simulate implant placement of various sizes and diameters. Users can browse slices in real-time to for proper fit throughout the implant site.The Hyperion is FDA- and Health Canada-approved. Units are also ready for cephalometric imaging. The MyRay line of products includes wireless X-ray sensors X-Pod and WDS, X-ray machine RXDC, intraoral camera C-U2, and SkyVIEW CBCT. An international R&D team designs MyRay products in the Cefla Design Center in Milan, Italy. MyRay products can be seen at major tradeshows, including the 2010 ADA and GNYDM.

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