Dental radiology CBCT devices and dental imaging software

 

A full range of panoramics, CBCT, RVG sensors and dental software.

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Product ranges

Innovative solutions to optimise and facilitate your day-to-day work.

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Countries

An international organisation (200 local distributors).

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Years of expertise

A dedicated team with experience in dental surgery.

180

Employees

Engineers, sales people, and above all customer service.

Our equipment for dental surgeries 

Hardware and software for dental surgeries

Discover our radiological equipment

Cephalometric radiology

Cephalometric panoramic imaging

CBCT

CBCT and panoramic imaging

Dental panoramic

2D dental panoramic imaging

Reduced dose RVG dental sensor

Discover our direct USB HD low dose sensors

HD intraoral cameras

Easily integrated into your practice

X-ray generators

A range of high frequency x-ray generators

Owandy Radiology is a manufacturer of dental CBCT, panoramic radios, RVG sensors, intraoral cameras, X-ray generators and designs 2 imaging software for dental surgeons.

 

The range of dental panoramas includes 3 CBCT and 3 2D dental panoramas.

 

The equipment is at the cutting edge of technology, for fitting dental implants by dental surgeons, but also for taking cephalometric X-rays used by orthodontists.

 

Thanks to the great precision of the Owandy Radiology CBCT, the placement of implants is more precise, with unmatched comfort for the patient. The CBCT is currently recognized as the benchmark sectional imaging procedure in odontostomatology.

 

Owandy Radiologie continues to innovate in radiology with the addition of new features to its products, such as the ability to scan impression trays and other plaster models, used for the creation of dental prostheses.

 

Working in partnership with dental surgeons allows us to improve our Quickvision and Quickvision 3D software, used for implant planning and management of x-rays for patients.

 

Our software also allows 3D model printing, in order to work better on dental prostheses, by printing them directly after acquisition or after scanning the plaster model.

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