Upgradeable 3D Imaging Solutions for the Clinician
The KaVo ORTHOPANTOMOGRAPH OP 3D upgradeable panoramic with cephalometric imaging is the latest configuration to launch in the KaVo OP 3D family, adding even more versatility to the existing product line. The first KaVo OP 3D configuration, panoramic and 3D, was released in 2017 and quickly grew to include a cephalometric version in early 2019.
The release of the 2D imaging focused KaVo OP 3D upgradeable panoramic and KaVo OP 3D upgradeable panoramic with cephalometric models further expands the product line, adding even more flexibility to any practice. Designed for all dental imaging needs, the KaVo OP 3D is a complete X-ray platform that provides easy-to-use features throughout the entire dental imaging workflow. The versatile panoramic, cephalometric and 3D programs offer image excellence for a variety of users. The KaVo OP 3D is completely upgradeable from 2D to 3D imaging, and cephalometric functionality can also be added. With KaVo OP 3D, clinicians can benefit from DTX Studio suite, a single digital platform for dental treatments that connects technologies and workflows – from image acquisition to diagnostics, planning, implant surgery and restoration. Use one software platform to acquire and display together all imaging data from KaVo Kerr imaging devices including 2D and 3D equipment, sensors, intraoral cameras, and scanners.
Each purchase of the upgradeable panoramic KaVo ORTHOPANTOMOGRAPH OP 3D comes with a limited five-year warranty.
See how KaVo OP 3D can revolutionize a practice. Contact our local imaging consultants by calling 888-ASK-KAVO or visit the product page on www.KaVo.com.
About KaVo Kerr
KaVo Kerr is a cohesive organization comprised of two global leaders, united to provide dental excellence and serve as a single premier partner for the dental community. KaVo Kerr operates with a common vision inspiring and helping our customers, their patients, and our own associates realize their potential. KaVo Kerr offers solutions for endodontics, restoratives, treatment units, infection prevention, imaging, rotary, and instruments.
SOURCE: KaVo Kerr