LED Imaging, the dental imaging division of LED Dental Ltd, Atlanta, has partnered with Ray Co Ltd, Suwon, South Korea, a subsidiary of Samsung, to sell, install, and provide support for the RAYSCAN ? – Expert dental imaging system.

The technology is a multifunction digital extra-oral imaging system with 3D cone beam computed tomography, panoramic, and cephalometric capabilities.

According to LED Imaging, Ray Co is the first to join LED Imaging’s product portfolio since the company expanded into the dental imaging category and emergent product offerings.

“We are very excited about working with Ray Co and Samsung to provide practitioners with a compact, yet powerful, CBCT imaging system to capture the crisp, high-quality images needed for diagnosis and treatment,” said Lamar Roberts, president of LED Imaging. “We understand what practitioners want and need, so partnerships such as this give us an advantage to provide the best technology available in each product category.”

The RAYSCAN ? – Expert captures 3D images using a 9 x 9 cm field of view, which is ideal for a variety of clinical applications, according to LED Imaging. The system’s CMOS and Direct Deposition Cesium Iodide (CsI) Detector ensure practitioners can quickly capture high-quality, 16-bit DICOM images at a low radiation dose.

To minimize error from patient positioning and movement, the system’s focal trough is stabilized and controlled through adaptive moving Focus technology. The RAYSCAN ?’s exclusive de-noising technology also enhances image quality by removing noise that would otherwise blur the image.

Additionally, the system’s compact design makes it compatible to fit into nearly any practice floor plan. Its height adjustment component means patients of all sizes, including those in wheelchairs, can fit comfortably in the unit.

The RAYSCAN ? – Expert also utilizes a wireless remote control for patient positioning. Additionally, green, blue, yellow, and red LED lights indicate the status of the unit to practitioners at a glance. The lights indicate settings for ready, standby, exposure, and emergency.

The system also features a user interface to streamline the capture process and simplify the manipulation of images. The system utilizes Xelis 3D imaging software, which features state-of-the art functionality and a comprehensive implant planning module.