The first personal imaging plate scanner
ACTEON®, the world leader in dental imaging, officially presents the new PSPIX®, the first imaging plate scanner for your personal convenience, at IDS 2015. With its revolutionary size, design and user-friendliness, the new PSPIX is so impressive and appealing that all dentists will want to buy one.
The advanced technology used inside this scanner marks a turning point in terms of excellence. The new PSPIX is as much as three times smaller than other imaging plate scanners, making it the most compact system on the market !
Dentists can now put a PSPIX next to each operating chair to improve their workflow and productivity. An exceptional, high quality, sharp image can be obtained within a few seconds, allowing a clinical diagnosis to be made very quickly. ACTEON has created an affordable scanner which will improve efficiency and enable the dentist to be more dedicated to patient care.
Featuring the exclusive “Click & Scan” concept, the new PSPIX is also designed for multi-use and can be shared by up to ten workstations at any one time !
Finally, the new PSPIX is the only scanner on the market with optional removable parts that can be sterilized in an autoclave to give maximum protection. The new PSPIX exceeds dentists’ expectations in terms of hygiene.
With the new PSPIX, ACTEON has created the first personal imaging plate scanner which produces the best results for every dentist making it exclusive !
3 in 1 extra-oral imaging for all your 3D requirements
Trium : I need 3 solutions in 1
ACTEON® presents its new X-Mind® Trium panoramic dental unit which can be upgraded to 3D (CBCT) and/or cephalometry. It has a full range of medium FOV sizes to facilitate 2D and 3D examinations.
I am demanding
Trium is the only device that combines all the best image qualities in one package. The smallest voxel size available on the market (75 µm), combined with in-house innovative metal artefact filter STAR™ enable easier and more reliable diagnosis. Trium has 4 FOV sizes ranging from Ø40x40 mm to Ø110x80 mm to minimise exposure in the relevant area. The FOVs do not come from a stitching technique.
I demand cephalometry
Due to its patented mechanism, the secondary collimation does not need to be on the cephalometric arm. Furthermore, this means the arm can be shorter, making the Trium one of the smallest footprints for a cephalometric device.
I want minimum exposure for my patients
Trium uses 1,5 to 12 times less radiation than a medical scanner and reduces the necessary dose by 30% compared to other cone beams. This makes it one of the most suitable for ALARA principle devices.
I want no limitations
Developed to provide the optimum level of image quality for superior diagnosis at a minimal dose, X-Mind® trium is your ideal work companion. ACTEON® Imaging Suite (AIS) is simple to use and is compatible with Windows and Mac OS X.