Morphology Recognition Technology
With MRT there’s no need to program exposure times, kV or mA technical factors or even choose patient size.
Hyperion’s innovative technological feature automatically identifies patient size and all parameters required to ensure correct X-ray exposure. This means you can focus on what matters the most: your patient.
Adapts to patient jaw morphology
Not every patient has the same morphology, so a simplified scanning movement will never faithfully reproduce the unique variations in the geometry of each person’s dental arch.
Consequently magnification will be uneven. Whereas most panoramic imagers rotate and accomplish one translatory movement during scanning, Hyperion MRT uses an extra translatory movement while rotating to maintain the focal trough perfectly aligned to a specific morphology.
This leads to constant magnification in all projections and this ensures highly reliable diagnostic images.
30 diagnostic programs
Hyperion MRT offers a wide diagnostic spectrum thanks to 30 specific programs.
12 Panoramic Examinations
- Standard Panoramic and Reduced Panoramic for children
- Panoramic with wider focal trough in anterior region
- Orthogonal projection for dentition only, to reduce overlapping of crowns
- Hemi-panoramic and hemi-dentition, optimised dedicated projections
- Frontal dentition, dedicated projection with wide focal trough
- 4-segments Bitewing exposures limited to crowns, to detect inter-proximal caries
14 TMJ Examinations (open or closed mouth)
- Lateral projection of both TMJs
- Postero-Anterior projection of both TMJs
- Multi-angle (x3) Lateral projection of one TMJ
- Multi-angle (x3) Postero-Anterior projection of one TMJ
3 Maxillary Sinus Examinations
- Frontal or Lateral view of Left and Right maxillary sinuses
- Dynamic Transversal Slicing, orthogonal to the panoramic focal trough
Scan and save
Exposure times range from just 4 to 9 seconds. This reduces the possibility of patient movement to a minimum.
Once you have scanned you can immediately share the images over your local network if you are connected to a PC, or simply save them on a standard memory card.