Midmark Corp. has released the new Midmark Extraoral Imaging System (EOIS) product line, including 2D panoramic and 3D CBCT imaging X-ray devices with cephalometric add-on options. Designed, assembled and supported by Midmark in the U.S., the EOIS product line is designed to simplify workflows of panoramic and CBCT imaging. With the launch of the EOIS 3D unit, Midmark invites general dentists to create their own 3D moment that will help take their practice into the future.
Dentists are leveraging 3D technology to diagnose with greater accuracy, develop treatment plans for successful outcomes and provide the highest level of patient care. However, for those who have not yet adopted 3D technology, the equipment choices can be overwhelming, and the options can be complex.
Midmark designed its EOIS units with general dentistry in mind, providing intuitive controls and software for improved staff adoption and keeping the footprint of the unit small to make it easy to fit into existing spaces. Whether taking a 2D panoramic or 3D CBCT image, doctors can expect outstanding image quality for improved clinical outcomes.
To offer flexibility for the practice, doctors can start with the EOIS 2D panoramic unit and easily upgrade to 3D CBCT technology to support expanded services. An optional cephalometric extension is compatible with both 2D and 3D EOIS units.
“The EOIS product line provides clear, high-quality radiographic images in a variety of clinical situations,” said Mark Greenwood, vice president of imaging product development for Midmark. “When enhanced detail is necessary in endodontics, using a limited field of view provides images capable of identifying missed canals and features associated with root fractures. The field of view can also be adjusted to cover scans of a single jaw or both jaws at the high resolution necessary to: assess bone prior to precisely placing the implant, determine location and extension of pathologies, evaluate unerupted and impacted teeth, assess oral and maxillofacial injury, and identify airway obstructions.”
Adding a Midmark EOIS Cephalometric Extension on either the left or right side of an EOIS 2D or 3D unit expands orthodontic care from diagnosis, treatment planning and monitoring to include pre- and post-operative appraisal. This expansion empowers orthodontists to provide a better standard of care to patients.
Upgrading or adding 3D Imaging technology in a dental practice is an investment that is best supported through professional training. To help clinicians become proficient in capturing and enhancing diagnostic images in order to gain insight into better treatment plans, Midmark offers support through professional in-office or live, online training, downloadable training materials and additional custom training and support opportunities.
“Our professional training scales to the customer’s needs, ensuring they know how to use the EOIS 3D unit in ways that can help them take their practice further, while providing the best possible patient care,” says Lisa Thompson, manager of dental clinical services for Midmark. “Our clinical educators are here to make sure the dental team is ready and able to support the practice and ensure the lead clinicians can train others to use EOIS effectively in the future. We understand that some customers require more training than others, and we are ready to meet the needs of any size practice, no matter where they are in the digital dentistry journey.”
For more information about Midmark EOIS, visit midmark.com/eois.
The company helps dental professionals deliver exceptional care by harmonizing design, technology and workflows. Quality, high-performance solutions provide integrated ergonomic support, keeping the principles of safety for patients and practice teammates at the center of design. Midmark is a single-source leader for planning, equipping, and developing better utilization of operatory, imaging, instrument processing, dental cabinetry, and mechanical room solutions.
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The corporation is the only clinical environmental design company that enables a better care experience for the medical, dental, and animal health markets. With more than 2,200 teammates worldwide, Midmark focuses on harmonizing space, technology, and workflows, creating a better experience for caregivers and patients at the point of care.
Founded in 1915 and headquartered in the greater Dayton, Ohio, area, Midmark maintains production facilities, administrative offices, and the Midmark Experience and Technology Centers in Versailles, Ohio, with nine additional locations in the United States as well as subsidiaries in India and Italy.
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