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ORTHOPHOS XG 3D. The most popular x-ray unit in the world. Now with 3D.

With a perfectly designed 3D cylinder volume of 8 cm in diameter and 8 cm in height and a standard resolution of 160 µm, ORTHOPHOS XG 3D is precisely tailored to the everyday routines of private practices: it can capture the patient's whole jaw in a single span. The field of view is large enough to avoid the stitching of several 3D x-ray images and thus multiple exposure to radiation. Yet it is also small enough to be a time-saver in diagnosis.

If an even smaller volume is sufficient, then choose the 5 x 5.5cm VOL 2 with a resolution of 100 µm. Whenever you need to see more, the 3D module provides for greater safety. In all standard cases, the 2D module of ORTHOPHOS XG 3D, with extensive panoramic and cephalometric x-ray programs, delivers the x-ray image you need.

  • Striking image quality with ASTRA (2D), MARS (3D) and High-Definition mode
  • Two scan volumes for dose reduction and time-efficient diagnostics
  • High resolution (160/100 µm)
  • Simple unit operation for 2D and 3D scans with automatic switching sensor
  • Automatic patient positioning for correct panoramic scans

2D Indications

The 2D module of ORTHOPHOS XG 3D places sophisticated diagnostic options at your fingertips for endodontics, periodontics, implantology, orthodontics and surgery. Many years of experience in 2D radiography make ORTHOPHOS XG 3D the ideal partner for your routine dental work.

2D programs

  • Panoramic programs with optional constant magnification or artifact-free
  • Sinus programs
  • Temporomandibular joint programs
  • Thick slice in anterior tooth region
  • Bite wing programs
  • Multislice in posterior tooth region
Here are a few interesting examples:

2D Indications

  • Adolescent, full dentition with orthodontic braces
  • Agenesis of teeth 18 and 28 with the presence of odontoblasts in 38 and 48
  • The incomplete root growth in 37 and 47 as well as the root development of the two wisdom teeth are evidence of the patient's young age
  • Maxillary sinuses and surrounding anatomical structures not radiographically apparent

2D Indications

  • Dentition badly damaged by periodontitis, with generalized horizontal bone resorption and vertical cavities with teeth 17 – 14 requiring extraction
  • Hypodense, homogenous and clearly delimited changes to the hard tooth substance on 12 mesial, 11 distal and 23 mesial with suspected caries
    or a differential diagnosis of non-x-ray-opaque composite fillings
  • Differential diagnosis: Caries or non-x-ray opaque composite fillings
  • PFM bridge at teeth 36 – 34 due to furcation on tooth 36 and calculus deposits mesially.
  • Splinting of teeth 32-42 from past periodontal history
  • Hyperdense filling material in tooth 45 without an indication for periapical lucency.
  • Implant-based treatment in the region of teeth 46 and 47 with radiographically inconspicuous PFM hybrid bridge 45 – 47

2D Indications

  • Prosthetic and prophylactic treatment of dentition
  • Hypodense clearly limited changes to the hard tooth substance in teeth 12, 11 and 22 (presumably non-x-ray-opaque composite fillings here)
  • Hyperdense filling material in the roots of teeth 11, 36 and 35 without an indication for periapical lucency
  • Status post apicoectomy on tooth 36 with retrograde obturation of the mesial and distal roots. Good osseous union of the apical bone tissue,
    no indication of recurrent periapical osteolyses

2D Indications

  • Prophylactically treated full dentition
  • Wisdom teeth are not present
  • Large maxillary sinuses are visually inconspicuous
  • The adjacent anatomical structures are also radiographically inconspicuous