Dental volumetric tomograph (CBCT)

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How does it work?

CBCT is performed using a single rotation of 360° in order to acquire the image in volume at a resolution of the highest quality and in a very short time.

Thanks to the 51 different modes of examination, NewTom VGi evo offers a highly effective tool adapted to the needs of all clinical situations. The different scan modes adapts perfectly to every anatomical region to be analyzed.Scanning surfaces (FOV) suitable for the investigation of different anatomical regions are governed by international standards according to the ALARA (As Low As Reasonably Achievable) principle, which aims at minimizing the effective dose absorbed by the patient.

* Information on graphic elements of the tomography, bone density and implant simulations can be viewed in this INDEX.

Depending on the scanning surface (FOV), dental tomography can be classified as follows:

fov 1


A larger FOV enables viewing all the maxillo-facial anatomical regions within a single scan. This way of scanning has its applicability in orthodontics, orthognatic surgery and maxillo-facial surgery.

CINEX – Dynamic images

With this function you can view the movements present at the level of the Temporo Mandibular Joint while the patient is closing respectively opening the mouth.
Through the images captured from the lateral acquisition it is possible to visualize the excursion of the condyle in the glenoid fossa.
The images acquired from the frontal scanning highlight the possible asymmetry of the interincisive line course during opening – closing of the mouth.

fov 2


Medium sized FOV scans are indicated for situations where one entire dental arcade is to be scanned (maxillary or mandibular) or scanning of the right or left dental arch(upper or lower jaw).

fov 3


The smallest FOV is used for scans on narrow surfaces where highlighting the detail is the most important. Can be used in endodontic treatment, viewing the report of the third molars with the mandibular nerve or for localization of supernumerary teeth.