Veraview IC5 HD

Veraview IC5 HD High Definition Panoramic Imaging

Select from two levels of speed and resolution

Depending on the diagnostic need, you can take a quick, 5.5 second panoramic for the lowest dose, or a 10 second scan for the ultimate, high resolution image.

High Speed

With an industry leading exposure time of 5.5 seconds, the Veraview IC5 is not only significantly faster than conventional film-based panoramic systems, but also requires much less radiation.

High Speed: only 5.5 seconds, 192μm, 1/6** X-Ray exposure


High Definition: 10 second exposure, 96 μm

High Definition

Pixel size is reduced 25% compared with the former model, so it produces superior images of a higher resolution.

High Speed: 5.5 seconds (192μm)
High Definition: 10 seconds (96μm)

* as of January 2010
**Compared to a standard panorama image using film and made by Morita’s Veraviewepocs (16 seconds, 75kV, & 9mA)


The combination of DDAE (Digital Direct Auto Exposure) and AIE (auto image enhancement) produces high quality images with optimum contrast and uniform density.

Digital Direct Automatic Exposure (DDAE)

DDAE controls the X-ray tube current (mA) simultaneously by detecting X-rays passing through the patient. This improves the dynamic range, and, along with Automatic Exposure (AE), results in exceptionally clear images with the best possible contrast and even density. The automatic exposure level can be adjusted to meet your individual requirements.


Automatic Image Enhancer (AIE)

AIE is a special software function that optimizes density throughout an entire image, and highlights the brightness level of detailed areas, to create images with an extremely high degree of clarity. DDAE and AIE perform a logarithmic conversion to produce the highest quality image possible.


Standard Panoramic


Clear, sharp images with a wide image layer. The thick,
specifically designed image
layer accommodates all possible variations of dental arch shapes and sizes to produce extremely clear and sharp images.

Pedodontic Panoramic at Reduced Radiation


For examinations of children or people with small jaws, the rotation range of the arm is diminished, thereby further reducing radiation exposure.

TMJ Quadruple Exposures: for Open and Closed Condyle Views


Four separate shots of condyle fit onto one image. In each case, two sets of rotation for left and right condyle head for open and closed condition.


Clinical images provided by: Dr. Bruno Azevedo, Director of Radiology and Imaging Sciences, University of Louisville School of Dentistry and Kitasenju Radist Dental Clinic, i-View Imaging Center, Japan.