No attachment/detachment of the sensor is required.


Improved quality of Panoramic/Cephalometric imagin

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Asahi’s unique image processing technology has attained a higher level of image quality through frequency domain processing and elimination of image noise.
Panoramic images minimize the course appearance of mandibular joints/ and posterior teeth (a typical characteristic of photographic film images), assisting the diagnosis of caries or inflammation, cephalometric images are optimum for orthodontics.

Panoramic exposure:

7 sec/12 sec

Cephalometric Lateral exposure:

2.9 sec/4 sec

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No sensor attachment/detachment required


Dedicated sensors for The Panoramic radiopraphy and the Cephalometric radiopraphy.
No attachment/ detachment of the sensors is neccessary; quick and reliable exposure operation is always available.


Swing type mirror for easy positioning

Adjustable mirror makes positioning checks easy.
Via the PC screen, quick one-touch exposure condition setup can be performed.

Micro-focus spot size of 0.5 mm has been adopted

Micro-focus spot size realizes high-precision digital X-ray images.


Panoramic imaging in the Tomosynthesis mode enables data acquisition with an image layer thickness of 30 mm, and the ability to clearly image the anterior teeth, which is often difficult due to poor positioning.

*The data acquisition area of a panoramic image differs for children and Orthoradial Projection applications.
*This function is available only in NEO PREMIUM.


■From the image data acquired in this 30 mm region, the optimum Tomographic position of the anterior teeth can be automatically displayed.

■Tomosynthesis mode can be adjusted for anterior teeth and right/left posterior teeth regions respectively, enabling image acquisition corresponding to each patient’s dentition.                                                                                                                                                                                                           *Note that the orbit cannot be corrected after image saving.

■From 31 layers of image data spaced at 1 mm intervals, an optimum image with the finest quality can be displayed.

Exposure mode




Cepharometric image(Lateral)4sec.(Normal time)

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Cepharometric image(Lateral)2.9sec.(Normal time)  Cepharometric image(PA)4sec.











Panoramic image 12sec.(Normal time)


Panoramic image 7sec.(Short time)


Lateral TMJ 3sec.(×4times)






PA TMJ 3sec.(×2times)






Maxillary Sinus 8sec.













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