5 Reasons to Buy: MyRay's Hyperion X7 pan and ceph digital imaging system

May 23, 2012
Noah Levine
Issue 5

A sophisticated panoramic and cephalometric digital imager that incorporates Morphology Recognition Technology (MRT) to automatically identify patient size and all parameters for correct exposure, the Hyperion X7 eliminates the need to manually calculate exposure settings or select patient arch size.

A sophisticated panoramic and cephalometric digital imager that incorporates Morphology Recognition Technology (MRT) to automatically identify patient size and all parameters for correct exposure, the Hyperion X7 eliminates the need to manually calculate exposure settings or select patient arch size.

Sophisticated kinematics ensure constant image magnification truthful to patients’ facial features, and advanced algorithms and 28 included imaging projections further contribute to supreme image quality.

Suitable for single-site implant planning, the 3DTS volumetric tomography function allows the user to browse a 4 cm section of 1 mm thick transversal slices to review and measure anatomy and virtually place an implant from the built-in library.

With MyRay’s free iPad app, operators can pilot the pan as well as view and enhance images throughout the office.

An optional ceph arm addresses orthodontic imaging needs, and the unit’s small footprint and choice of left or right ceph mounting make adding this smart imager a simple process.