CRANEX D incorporates a sophisticated technique (variable panoramic collimator) of producing panoramic images that have an exceptionally wide anterior layer thickness with no increase in overlap.
The advantage is superb image quality regardless of the patient's dentition. The CRANEX D cephalometric uses the central cephalometric projection technique, resulting in anatomically correct imaging geometry. The system can be equipped with 1 charged-coupled device sensor for the practice taking the occasional cephalometric image, or with 2 sensors for higher volume cephalometric usage. The CRANEX D's ergonomic and open design provides easy patient positioning and allows easy access for patients in wheelchairs.