MyRay announces Hyperion X9, next generation panoramic imager

March 19, 2013
dentalproductsreport.com-2013-03-01, Issue 3

Building on the success of MyRay’s Hyperion X7 panoramic imager, the company has announced the launch of its next generation digital pan/ceph/3D CBCT scanner: Hyperion X9.

Building on the success of MyRay’s Hyperion X7 panoramic imager, the company has announced the launch of its next generation digital pan/ceph/3D CBCT scanner: Hyperion X9.

According to MyRay, theX9 is a modular system that meets practices’ varying needs and comes with a wealth of features to benefit patients and users. The Hyperion X9 has a total of forty 2D programs from bite-wings, wide-focus panoramic, and volumetric tomography to multiple ceph, TMJ and sinus projections, X9 continuously delivers supreme imaging and more.

The X9’s 3D CBCT module is available with an 11x8 or 11x5 cm image detector. Unlike several other hyprid units currently available on the market, the X9 achieves full arch scans, including third-molar dentition and surrounding bone structure, even in adult males.

Variable collimation allows for several fields of view with both detectors to match diagnostic needs. Hyperion’s NNT 4.0 clinical software comes with a pre-stocked implant library to simulate implant placement in the acquired datasets. Also included is: high-speed processing, multilevel specialty-specific user interfaces, and DICOM exporting for third party applications.

Hyperion X9 is modular and field-upgradable to ceph and CBCT at any time. MyRay says the upgrades will result in no more than two hours of downtime so that dentists can focus on adding new treatment options without worrying about lengthy equipment changes.

The MyRay line of products includes intraoral x-ray sensors X-pod and Zen-X, intraoral x-ray machines RXDC eXTend and Hypersphere, intraoral camera C-U2 and Hyperion MRT pan and X9 pan/ceph/CBCT imagers.

 

Hyperion X9

The X9 is a modular system that meets practices’ varying needs. MyRay