Applying the CS 8100 in your practice


Reportedly an ideal blend of simplicity and sophistication, the CS 8100 is said to truly redefine panoramic imaging.

Reportedly an ideal blend of simplicity and sophistication, the CS 8100 is said to truly redefine panoramic imaging.

Designed to make dental professionals’ daily work easier and more intuitive, the system is said to employ a variety of tools to make positioning easier, image acquisition faster and higher image quality more accessible-what users need to streamline workflow, improve usability and make more accurate, real-time diagnoses.

Simple operation: The CS 8100’s advanced digital technology is said to allow dental professionals to spend less time waiting for images and more time caring for patients. The user interface reportedly makes it easy to select settings. Preset programs and step-by-step instructions are designed to prevent errors, and image acquisition is said to take just 10 seconds.

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Compact design: The system is designed as an ultra-compact unit that fits easily into tight spaces and provides all the tools users need to work more efficiently without any unnecessary programs or gadgets. It features versatile installation possibilities; a sleek aluminum body that is extremely thin, light and robust; and a compact, high frequency X-ray generator with an innovative horizontal design.

Easy integration: The CS 8100 reportedly features a simple workflow that aligns seamlessly with a practice’s current processes. It is said to connect directly to the network via Ethernet. The imaging software is designed to be used as a standalone program or integrated with existing practice management programs, and the comprehensive imaging software improves image sharing and communication.

Optimized positioning: The CS 8100 is designed to make positioning patients quick and simple. It reportedly is easily accessible for patients standing, sitting and in wheelchairs, and its three anatomical programs are said to intuitively adapt to patients’ jaw morphology. Motorized movements provide precise and effortless height adjustments, and transparent patient support is designed to help hold the patient comfortably in place.

Sharp, high quality images: Reportedly featuring the very latest software processing algorithms, the CS 8100 is designed to minimize spinal column shadows and produce clear and sharp digital images that are ready for review almost immediately. A high frequency generator is said to ensure radiation remains constant for optimal contrast.

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