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VistaVox S Ceph

3D, 2D and Ceph X-ray images with exceptional image quality

The USP of the VistaVox S Ceph 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 Ceph 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 Ceph 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 Ceph 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 Ceph 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 Ceph 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
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
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