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VistaVox S Ceph

Taking 3D diagnostics to the next level - VistaVox S generates a 3D volume ideally adapted to the contour of the jaw

The USP of the VistaVox S is found in the ideal 3D imaging volume which is oriented to the human anatomy. The jaw-shaped field of view of the VistaVox S maps the diagnostically relevant range of a 130-mm volume and is therefore visibly larger than the most commonly used volume of Ø 80 x 80 mm. The advantage: Thanks to this changed volume shape, VistaVox S also completely covers the region of the rear molars – an essential requirement for diagnostics, e.g. for an impacted wisdom tooth. In addition to that, VistaVox S offers ten further Ø 50 x 50 mm volumes: five each for the upper jaw and for the lower jaws. These are used if the indication only requires imaging of a certain region of the jaw, e.g. for endodontical or implantological treatments. Depending on the required level of detail in the image, the volumes can be used with a resolution of either 80 or 120 μm. Supplemented by the 17 panoramic programmes in the tried-and-tested S-pan technology, this provides dental practices with excellent imaging diagnostics in both the 2D and 3D areas.

Key features:

  • Ideal 3D imaging volume matched to the jaw arch (Ø 130 x 85 mm)
  • Ø 50 x 50 mm volumes in 80 or 120 μm resolution
  • Excellent image quality in 2D and 3D thanks to the high-resolution CsI sensor with a pixel size of 49.5 μm
  • Reduced radiation dose thanks to the anatomically adapted volume
  • VistaSoft – modern, ergonomic image processing software

2D images with exceptional image quality

VistaVox S offers not only excellent value for money, but will also help you and your surgery team to increase your flexibility. In addition to CBCT images, the S-pan technology of the VistaVox S can be used to generate brilliant panoramic images, which set new standards in the image sharpness of extraoral images.   

Key features:

  • S-Pan technology for easier diagnostics
  • CsI sensor for improved image quality and reduced radiation exposure
  • Extremely fast, panoramic image in 7 sec.
  • Tolerant of typical positioning errors – thanks to the S-Pan technology

Time-saving Cephalometric exposure with a low X-ray dose

Short scan time and high image quality with a low X-ray dose

The very short scan time of just 1.9 seconds helps to avoid motion artefacts and to reduce the radiation dose. The modern high-sensitivity CsI sensors enable excellent image quality.

3-in-1 X-ray system

In addition to the various CBCT volumes and the 17 panoramic programs, VistaVox S Ceph also offers six modes for all types of cephalometric exposures:

  • Head Lateral
  • Head Full Lateral
  • Head PA
  • SMV (submentovertex)
  • Waters View
  • Hand

Saving you time and money

VistaVox S Ceph is equipped with two high-end CsI sensors. The advantage: there is no need for the cumbersome process of unplugging and reconnecting between the 3D X-ray unit and the Ceph boom. To start a Ceph X-ray image acquisition, all you need to do is select the corresponding program mode.

Head Lateral L
Head Lateral L
Head PA
Head PA
SMV (submentovertex)
SMV (submentovertex)
Waters View
Waters View
Hand (Carpus)
Hand (Carpus)
In order to visualise the FoV of VistaVox S (blue) in the axial view, the conventional standard volume of Ø 80 x 80 mm (red) has also been marked for comparison
purposes. The jaw-shaped volume displays the region of a Ø 130 volume that is relevant for diagnostics.
In addition to jaw-shaped images, VistaVox S offers ten further Ø 50 x 50 mm volumes: five each for the upper jaw and for the lower jaws.

VistaVox S is manufactured using state-of-the-art technology at our Gechingen site in the Black Forest, Germany. This ensures the high quality and reliability of the device.

 
Technical data VistaVox S Ceph
X-ray HV generator
Voltage, current 60–99 kV, 4–16 mA
Tube
Focal point 0.5 mm (IEC60336)
Total filtration 2.8 mm AL
Image detector
Type CsI CMOS Photodiode array
Pixel size 49.5 μm / 100 µm
Active sensor surface 135.8 x 36.4 mm / 157.2 x 16.3 mm
Scan times
Scan times From 2 to 18 seconds for lateral head images
Ceph programmes in quick scan mode: 1.9 seconds (line scan)
3D volume
Ø 130 x 70 mm diagnostic
Ø 130 x 85 mm diagnostic
Ø 50 x 50 mm
Unit dimensions
Height 1,406–2,206 mm
Weight 202 kg
Height adjustment range 800 mm
Width x depth 1,540 x 1,190 mm
Installation Wall mounting
Electrical connections
Mains voltage 200–240 V AC
Frequency 50/60 Hz
Rated power 2.2 kVA