KIMS Dental Care provides X-ray technology with different systems
Introducing the Veraviewepocs, advanced radiographic capabilities. The Veraviewepocs is a dental panoramic x-ray unit with extensive special view capabilities including linear tomographic and cephalometric abilities. A crystallization of the most advanced technologies with an auto exposure system and the world’s only auto focus system utilizing the latest and finest technology.
Auto Exposure System
With auto exposure, the radiation that has exited the patient is detected by a sensor. This computerized information is used to finitely control both the X-ray tube voltage and current simultaneously in correlation to the speed of the film’s movement. This insures a consistent density for every type of patient from small children to large adults.
Auto Focus System
Precise patient positioning is critical in order to produce highly diagnostic films. The auto focus system allows the patient to remain in the same static position for every type of exposure from panoramic to linear tomography. With the auto focus system a light sensor measures the correct distance then adjusts and maintains the apparatus arm to the optimum image layer position no guesswork required. The end result is consistent images with excellent reproducibility.
Linear tomography with an exacting image layer which produces radiographic images with excellent diagnostic detail and definition with minimal distortion. Precise and accurate images are made possible with our unique measurement system. With the inherent exposure area measurement system, three tomograms centered on the selected area can be produced on a single sheet of film. The distance between slices can be set from 2 to 9 millimeters. Angles of slices can be selected. 25 areas can be selected and 19 steps of fine adjustments are possible for each area. Great versatility for all types of patients and cases.
RVG Sensors –DIGORA
Digital imaging system used to take intra oral xrays. The images can be viewed onto the system, stored and retrieved for diagnosis and treatment planning. The sensors used in this system come in diferernt size ranges and are used according to the required region.
The advantages of this system are:
- Quicker process
- Comfortable to the patient
- Exposure to radiation is minimal
While X-rays provide valuable information that we can’t get from any other source, they can’t show you everything that’s going on in your mouth. That’s why we have invested in an intraoral camera — a highly advanced piece of diagnostic equipment that allows you to see what we see inside your mouth.
The intraoral camera handpiece is approximately the size and shape of a dental mirror. It has a built-in light source, and serves as a tiny video camera that allows us to zoom in on one tooth with 25 times magnification, or give you a “video tour” of your entire mouth. The images are displayed on a television or computer monitor, so you’ll be able to see problems such as worn or broken fillings, cracked teeth, plaque deposits, cavities next to fillings and excessive wear. We can also print an image for you to take home with you.
The intraoral camera allows you to be an active partner in your dental treatment by enabling you to see what we see inside your mouth. With a clear understanding of your dental conditions, you’ll be able to make treatment decisions with confidence