Cone beam computed tomography with low radiation dosage

The concept of “safety” counts two-fold in X-ray diagnostics: the safety of the diagnosis and radiation safety.

Cone beam computed tomography is based on the ALARA principle, which allows for the lowest possible radiation exposure combined with satisfactory image quality. Moreover, from both a clinical and ethical perspective, it behooves dentists to ensure that their patients incur the lowest possible radiation exposure. Various organizations have issued standards in this regard.  For further more, see the following:

The following functions of Veraviewepocs 3D F40 allow for reduced exposure to radiation, and thus help to protect patients by exposing them to the lowest possible amount of radiation:

  • Dosage reduction program
  • Fast orbiting times
  • Segmented panoramic and cephalometric imaging
  • Image Layer Adjustment

For information concerning low radiation exposure levels that allow for efficacious imaging, see:

Veraviewepocs 3D R100:

Veraviewepocs 3DF40:


  • ICRP Publication 103
    The 2007 Recommendations of the International Commission on Radiological Protection International Commission on Radiological Protection
  • Radiation Protection 136
    European guidelines on radiation protection in dental radiology
    The safe use of radiographs in dental practice 2004 European Commission
  • Basic Principles for Use of Dental Cone Beam CT
    Consensus Guidelines of the European Academy of Dental and Maxillofacial Radiology
    January 2009 European Academy of DentoMaxilloFacial Radiology
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