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Cele mai bune echipamente din 2017: Panoramic/CT 3D MORITA: Veraview X800

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Veraview X800: Revolutionary image
quality that sets new standards

New 2D/3D imaging system increases diagnostic and patient safety


What is more useful — two- or three-dimensional diagnostics? The answer will ultimately depend on the merits of the individual case. But to be prepared for every eventuality, a 2D/3D imaging system would seem a viable and versatile solution. Morita is a pioneer in the field of contemporary X-ray diagnostic units for reliable findings in oral and maxillofacial surgery, implantology, periodontics, endodontics, and orthodontics. At the IDS 2017, Morita now presents the revolutionary new Veraview X800. It delivers an image quality unrivaled by other 2D/3D X-ray systems and offers numerous innovative features providing meaningful radiographs for a wide range of applications — and with patient safety always in mind.

This safety aspect is of paramount importance in Morita’s product development — whether we are talking about the precision of the diagnosis or about dentists and their patients. With the new Veraview X800 X-ray system, practitioners now get even more vivid images with a resolution of 2.5 lp/mm MTF 10% — unique among combined imaging systems. This makes for distinct 3D, panoramic, and cephalometric images in 180-degree and 360-degree mode. To further improve image sharpness and reduce artifacts and distortions to a minimum, the Veraview X800 uses a horizontal X-ray beam that produces highly detailed 3D images. By shifting the horizontal beam by 5 degrees, the distracting shadows of the hard palate are suppressed on panoramic images.

X-ray images can be recalculated retrospectively using a zoom reconstruction function, which allows the reconstruction of an 80 µm from a 125 µm voxel recording (zoom reconstruction function) without having to acquire a new X-ray image.

The world of panoramic images has also been revolutionized with the help of new technologies. The Adaptive Focal Point (AFP) analyzes several layers of acquired images, composing a new image from each region of the optimal panoramic layer. The Adaptive Gray Scale (AGS) function ensures perfect contrast. Operators can also quickly adjust the image layer to the dental arch (offering Narrow, Standard, and Wide options). This is complemented by a special pediatric imaging function for children’s smaller jaws (Pediatric Panoramic) for shorter and more narrowly delineated X-ray procedures, reducing the radiation dose and acquisition time. In addition, practitioners can obtain thee different types of cephalometric images to reduce the patient’s X-ray exposure.

For accurate patient positioning, the Veraview X800 provides a panoramic scout (preview) function, where operators can pre-select the region of interest ahead of taking a 3D image. The C arm then automatically moves to the optimum position to acquire the 3D image. The new face-to-face design also helps to ensure a perfect communication between dentist and patient when aligning laser beams. The height of the unit easily adapts to wheelchair users as well.


The Veraview X800 combines all of these new features with the proven, unique R100 field of view in the form of a Reuleaux triangle, which captures only those regions essential to the diagnosis and significantly reduces the radiation dose compared with conventional cylindrical shapes. The broad selection of eleven fields of view (FOV) covers all dental indications, such as oral and maxillofacial surgery, implantology, periodontics, endodontics, orthodontics, but of course also general dentistry. With its elegant design and attractive color scheme, the system is a visual highlight in the dental office. Its high-quality design that sends a clear signal of quality has recently been awarded an iF Design Gold Award.


Cele mai bune echipamente din 2017: Set endomotor wireless MORITA: TriAuto ZX2

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Enhanced safety thanks to innovative

Morita‘s cordless endodontic motor with integrated apex locator backs
power-assisted root canal preparation by means of new safety functions

As endodontic procedures require working on minute structures, they presuppose a high degree of precision. That’s why the solution provider Morita searches undeviatingly for options to support dentists carry out endodontic therapy as well as ensure gentle treatment for patients. This is provided for by the latest milestone from this Japanese dental manufacturer, the TriAuto ZX2 cordless endodontic motor with integrated apex locator.
Equipped with the new-type “Optimum Glide Path” (OGP) function, it supports dentists in achieving their goal of even more precise root canal treatment.

The objective of endodontic treatment is instrumentation and widening of the root canal to create ideal conditions for flushing and obturation. In principle, it is not significant as to whether the operator carries out the preparation using hand or power-assisted devices. In fact, power-assisted preparation is increasing in popularity as it allows for faster procedures and higher quality results.

Treat safely, avoid risks

The main objective is to avoid the numerous problems which may be encountered during root treatment. The aim is to preserve the anatomy of the canal as closely as possible in order to avoid preparation errors such as canal transportation or ledging in, for example, curved root canals. Instrument fracturing is a further problem which dental specialists such as Morita counter with new developments. The TriAuto ZX2 cordless endodontic motor with integrated apex locator represents a decisive step forwards in patient safety by employing its several functions to ensure safe endodontic treatments.

Perfect preparation thanks to the “Optimum Glide Path” function

The new “Optimum Glide Path” (OGP) function allows the operator to establish the glide path quickly and safely – even mechanically. Used with a #20 file (or smaller) this motor provides for apical patency. The motor mimics the Watch Winding and Balanced Force Technique movements for faster and safer treatments including for extremely curved or blocked canals. As mentioned, nickel-titanium files sized #20 or smaller as well as size #15 steel files can be used.

The proven “Optimum Torque Reverse” (OTR) function is also integrated which causes the file to change its rotational direction upon exceeding a certain torque and uses a very small rotation angle thus minimizing the risk of fractured files and microcracks. In addition, this system preserves the original shape of the canal and ensures that debris can be removed safely. The combined use of OGP and OTR during treatment permits the instrument to be inserted to the respective working length faster than before yet without blocking or ledging. In addition, the TriAuto ZX2 is gentle to the natural tooth structure while, on the other hand, providing for even more economical treatment by reducing file usage to a minimum.

A glance at the LCD is sufficient to provide the dentist with all the important parameters thus ensuring full control during the working procedures. This endodontic system also excels with its small head and minimal weight (140 g) – ensuring it is practical to operate and allows for an improved view of the operating site. Owing to the cordless, easily handled concept, treatment is considerably more flexible, the workflow optimized and, thanks to the simple, intuitive operation and automatic safety features, provides reliable results every time. The more efficient working procedures curtail the treatment time which allows the dentist more time for rinsing and disinfecting.

Conclusion for daily practice

Modern equipment such as the TriAuto ZX2 can play a decisive role in simplifying everyday practice for endodontists. Current innovative safety functions such as the “Optimum Glide Path” or “Optimum Torque Reverse” allow root canal treatment to be carried out even more effectively and safer. This increases the economicalness 3 / 4 and reduces known risks such as file fractures or ledging – Advantages which benefit dentists and patients alike.


The TriAuto ZX2 impresses with its new OGP safety function and displays all parameters on a LCD.

About Morita

The Morita group is one of the leading manufacturers of medical technology products. The family-owned Japanese company with sales offices in Europe, USA, Brazil, Australia, and Africa offers a broad range of products. Morita is a leader in diagnostic radiology and endodontics, with a product portfolio ranging highperformance imaging systems and cone-beam computed tomography to dental units, lasers, turbines, hand & angle pieces, instruments, and endodontic measurement and preparation systems. More than 2,000 employees are engaged in continuous research and development and cater to the professional needs of dentists and other operators, guided by a distinctive awareness of the paramount importance of quality. In this manner, the spirit of Junichi Morita, who founded the company in 1916, lives on. With general director Haruo Morita, the third generation is now at the company’s helm.

Cele mai bune echipamente din 2017: Sistemul laser MORITA: AdvErL Evo

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An Innovation for Many Indications

Morita AdvErL Evo: Successful therapies with Er:YAG-Laser


Laser pointers, Blu-ray players, distance meters: State-of-the-art laser technology can be found in many everyday devices and also has become a fixed part of therapies and many medical disciplines – for example, in emergency surgery, ophthalmology or dentistry. For more than a century, Morita has been developing innovations for dental procedures. For twenty years, Morita has been providing high-tech lasers to improve oral health. The new Er:YAG-Laser AdvErL Evo is a minimally invasive treatment option combined with a future-oriented technology that is based on the longstanding experience of a leading manufacturer of dental equipment. It is a path-breaking therapeutic device for a wide range of indications.

Laser, short for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation, basically denotes a light source: in the figurative sense it refers to the combined effect of high intensity and the extreme bundling of a beam of light – the result of which is concentrated energy. More than 50 years after the first experiments of using lasers in dentistry, different types of lasers such as CO2, Nd:YAG, Er:YAG, Diode or Argon are being used. Morita can look back on 30 years of experience in the field of laser technology and 10 years of development expertise. Amongst others, patients suffering from periodontitis, caries or peri-implantitis benefit from this longstanding experience. The third generation of AdvErL Evo lasers is based on the Er:YAG technology. It unites minimally invasive procedures with simple handling and stylish design. Moreover, its features support smooth workflow in dental practices.

Er:YAG-Laser – optimal for dental treatments

Er:YAG laser technology is particularly well suited for dental applications because of its special wavelength: The wavelength of these lasers – they typically emit light with a wavelength of 2,940mm – lies in the infrared range and, hence, is readily absorbed by water (70% of the human body is made up of water). The light is generated by an yttrium aluminum garnet (YAG) crystal and transported to the handpiece, whose optical tip emits the laser beam: it either can come into direct contact with tissue (soft tissue) or be held at a distance of about three to five millmeters (hard substance). Contrary to CO2 and Nd:YAG lasers, the irradiation is limited to the surface of the tissue and does not penetrate deeper layers. This prevents coagulation of the tissue and promotes quicker healing. In this way, Er:YAG lasers protect the natural body substances as prescribed for minimally invasive therapies. Corresponding forms of treatment are the order of the day in current dentistry. In particular complex procedures such as the treatment of deep periodontal pockets or peri-implantitis call for gentle treatments as well as a precise and safe mode of working. The advantages for patients are obvious: the technology is virtually painless and, contrary to alternative methods, allows gentle treatments without any relevant development of heat or vibrations, and no anesthesia is needed. In addition, antibiotics are not required in connection with laser-based treatments – another step towards reducing the increasing risk of resistance.

State-of-the-art dentistry

Morita’s AdvErL Evo makes endodontics more versatile in more than one way: when used with the thin tips, the handpiece that is formed like a scaler allows an unobstructed view of the root structures and removes debris from the canal in about 20 seconds – a noteworthy advantage compared to such methods as, for example, passive ultrasonic irrigation. This helps find the apex and improves root canal debridement. Clinical studies show that, compared to alternative methods, Er:YAG lasers remove debris more effectively In addition, Er:YAG laser systems can target such wide-spread diseases as periodontitis or caries. Besides younger patients, adults and elderly patients are subject to an increased risk, for example, of root caries . AdvErL Evo offers many advantages, in particular with respect to initial caries treatments, cervical fillings as well as the removal of caries close to the dental pulp. Lasers cover a wide spectrum of indications from caries removal to preparation to surface roughening of class I, II, III, IV and V cavities. In addition to conserving the substance, another advantage of laser treatments is that the tooth suffers less trauma and the bonding of adhesive restorations is improved.
Implants may be followed by peri-implant mucositis and/or peri-implantitis, and these indications still are a challenging clinical problem. Now an innovative method for an effective peri-implantitis therapy is realizable with AdvErL Evo : The fundamental concept is based on reactivating the surface by means of “micro-explosions” that occur when laser energy is absorbed by water, whose volume then increases 800 to 1000 times in the next moment. These explosions remove inflamed tissue but also effectively fight the resident bacteria in the tissue and in this way virtually excludes any risk of bacteremia. The contaminated layers on the surface of the implant are removed effectively – albeit without having any negative effects on osseointegration , . Whereas therapies with AdvErL Evo also cover cases of CIST class D (CIST=Cumulative Interceptive Supportive Therapy ) now, established methods allow for successful treatments only up to CIST class C. Furthermore, research shows that Morita’s Er:YAG laser is particularly efficient on titanium surfaces .


Therapies with AdvErL Evo promise treatment results that can hardly be achieved with classic methods: the treatment is minimally invasive, painless as well as without strong vibrations or development of heat; therefore, it is gentle on tissue and, consequently, more pleasant for patients. Patients will perceive the local treatment with its disinfection effect and without anesthesia as far more pleasant than previous methods. Yet, this form of treatment not only improves the patients’ quality of life, dentists and their teams will benefit from the high comfort offered by AdvErL Evo, too. Morita’s laser system scores points because of its numerous advantages compared to conventional therapies and alternative laser technologies. And, last but not least, it is an innovative step on the way into the dentistry of the future.