In 2008, Meyer (stock code: 002690) started the R&D of dental CBCT. After 3 years of efforts by the R&D team, Meyer successfully developed China's first dental CBCT at the end of 2011, which also passed the CFDA certification. Since then, Meyer has started a new journey in the medical field.
The data is in the Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) 3.0 format that enables compatibility in telecommunication and usage with other third-party software.
The proprietary mixed-pulse X-ray source enables dosage as low as 0.058 mSv in a full scan.
Meyer 3D CBCT has CMOS flat-panel detector with large surface and big dynamic range, which is manufactured by Hamamatsu Photonics in Japan.
Yes. Meyer 2D panoramic equipment can be upgraded to 3D CBCT when required to meet clinical needs.
CBCT, Pano, Ceph, Part CT and Model Scanning