True all-in-one units for any clinical requirement
MEET THE PLANMECA PROMAX® 3D FAMILY
Planmeca ProMax® 3D is a product family consisting of exceptional all-in-one units. With three different types of three-dimensional imaging – as well as panoramic, extraoral bitewing, and cephalometric imaging – these intelligent products are designed to meet any diagnostic requirement in maxillofacial imaging.
Unique 3D combination – an industry first
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.
PLANMECA PROMAX® 3D FAMILY
- Ideal resolutions and patient dose levels that always comply with the ALARA (As Low As Reasonably Achievable) principle
- Optimal volume size and location for every clinical need
- Special imaging protocols for dental and ENT applications
- Effortless patient positioning and unmatched comfort
- True all-in-one X-ray units not only for 3D imaging, but 2D panoramic and cephalometric imaging as well
- Easy to use for a smooth workflow
- Planmeca Romexis® software
- Mac OS and Windows support
PLANMECA ROMEXIS® SOFTWARE FOR ALL IMAGES
Planmeca Romexis® is an advanced, easy-to-use software suite providing a rich set of tools to meet the imaging requirements set by any dental facility – from a small clinic to a large hospital. It supports the most versatile range of 2D and 3D imaging modalities.
EASE OF OPERATION
Our Planmeca ProMax® 3D units are known across the world for incredible ease of use and exceptional patient comfort.
A relaxed patient means a smooth imaging workflow and the best quality images.
USER-FRIENDLY CONTROL PANEL
- Clear and straightforward graphical user interface guides you smoothly through the work process
- Pre-programmed sites and exposure values for different image types and targets save you time and allow you to focus on your patients
OPEN PATIENT POSITIONING
- Effortless positioning with open-face architecture
- Unrestricted view of your patient
- No claustrophobic feeling for your patient
- Fine adjustment using positioning lasers and joystick
- Verify correct positioning with a scout image
- Easy wheelchair accommodation with side-entry access
BEST IMAGE QUALITY WITH OPTIMAL DOSE
2D AND 3D IMAGING WITH ONE SENSOR
Our advanced SmartPan™ imaging system uses the same 3D sensor also for 2D panoramic imaging.
UNIQUE PANORAMIC IMAGING
- A unique system for 2D imaging
- Uses the same 3D sensor for 2D panoramic imaging, eliminating the need to change sensors
- Calculates 10 different panoramic curves in 2 mm shifts, automatically adjusting the sharpness to one layer
- Users can browse between panoramic images and select the most suitable one for diagnosis
3D FACE PHOTO
Planmeca ProFace® is an exclusive 3D face photo system available for all of our 3D X-ray units. This pioneering integrated system produces a realistic 3D face photo and CBCT image in a single imaging session. You can also take a separate 3D face photo without exposing your patient to any radiation.
PLANMECA PROFACE – THE FACE IN 3D
Designed to fulfil the most diverse diagnostic needs of today’s maxillofacial and dental professionals, Planmeca ProFace® is a highly effective tool for pre-operative planning and treatment follow-up. It’s also ideal for patient motivation and for sharing information with colleagues.
Read more about Planmeca ProFace 3D face photo option.
3D MODEL SCANNING
You can use all X-ray units in the Planmeca ProMax® 3D family to scan both impressions and plaster casts – an exciting feature that was an industry first for our CBCT units. And with our advanced Planmeca Romexis® software, the digitized models are available immediately and stored for later use.
Scanning a plaster cast to a digital model
Scanning an impression to a digital model
ADVANTAGES OF 3D MODEL SCANNING
DIGITAL MODELS SAVE SPACE
3D digital models are stored in the Planmeca Romexis® database in standard STL format, which reduces the need to make or maintain physical plaster casts.
CREATE YOUR VIRTUAL PATIENT
The scanned 3D model can be superimposed on to CBCT data, creating a virtual patient and helping you with all your clinical and treatment planning needs. The combined data set provides an artifact-free model of your patient’s dentition including bone, crowns and soft tissue. This offers valuable new options for implant planning, surgical guide manufacturing, orthodontic purposes and orthognathic surgery.
Superimposed CBCT and 3D model of upper jaw. Measure, compare, and track changes in teeth movements.
ENDODONTIC IMAGING MODE FOR PLANMECA PROMAX® 3D FAMILY
We are proud to introduce a new imaging mode that is specially designed for endodontic studies. The new imaging mode is available for all new Planmeca ProMax® 3D family units and provides perfect visualisation of even the finest anatomical details.
Thanks to our intelligent Planmeca AINO™ noise removal and Planmeca ARA™ artefact removal algorithms, the result is noise-free and crystal-clear images. The new imaging mode is ideal for endodontics and other cases with small anatomical details, such as ears.
Complement the design of your Planmeca ProMax® 3D X-ray unit by giving it a personal touch with your favourite colors. Select perfectly matching shades from our exquisite and inspiring collection and create the looks of your dreams!
If you’ve ever visited a dentist, chances are you’re familiar with a dental X-ray. The most common are bitewing X-rays, which detect tooth decay, dental tartar and gum disease. But there are actually several types of dental X-ray images used to diagnose dental problems that aren’t visible to the naked eye. One of these is called a cephalometric X-ray, or a CEPH.
CEPH X-ray pictures capture images of the entire skull and profile. CEPH is most often used by orthodontists to diagnose problems with your jaw and bite that might improve with orthodontic tools such as dental braces. This type of dental X-ray also allows the dentist to measure irregularities in your facial profile.
Dental X-rays are an important part of the dental exam, used to diagnose problems with the teeth, gums and jaw. X-rays use electromagnetic radiation to produce these images — they form wavelengths that penetrate the soft tissue of the body and are absorbed by denser materials, creating pictures of your bones or teeth. And since your dentist doesn’t have X-ray vision, they’re necessary to distinguish dental problems not visible to the naked eye.
Tooth decay, periodontal disease, impacted teeth, bite problems and even tumors are just a few of the dental conditions easily found with dental X-rays.
Bitewings are a type of dental X-rays used to check the back teeth. As they show the crown of the tooth, bitewing X-rays are extremely helpful in determining tooth decay located in between teeth, various stages of gum disease and problems with tooth alignment. Bitewings are also excellent for detecting a buildup of
A INTRAORAL SENSOR THAT UNIQUELY COMBINES PATIENT-CENTRIC DESIGN WITH USABILITY AND DURABILITY
Clever design details
All three sensor sizes (0, 1 and 2) are marked with a clear symbol on the magnetic connector for easy use. The intelligent sensor housing design, with its rounded edges and extensive active imaging area, maximizes patient comfort and imaging performance.
Planmeca ProSensor is available with USB and Ethernet interface and integrates with Planmeca ProX intraoral X-ray unit for an optimal workflow.
The sensor cable is strengthened with Kevlar and consists of only two wires – its extreme durability has been proven in comprehensive testing. Hermetically sealed, the sensor can also be fully immersed in disinfectant for effective infection control.
With three sensor sizes, Planmeca ProSensor® makes no compromises when it comes to usability. The magnetic connector between the sensor and the control box ensures the sensor is always correctly inserted, with easy connection and convenient one-handed operation.
It also enhances safety – if the X-ray source or patient moves drastically, the connection is instantly interrupted.
High-quality images – without compromise
The LED light and the different color-coded control box lights indicate the state of the sensor system, guiding you and ensuring a successful image. The TrollByte Plus sensor holder is designed for full-mouth surveys and provides high quality images, even in hard-to-reach areas, without compromising patient comfort.