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3D Computed Tomography vs 2D plane X-ray 
Panoramic X-ray imaging technology developed rapidly for better Dental diagnosis and treatment results. However, the limit of the 2D plane image would not have been overcome if dentistry had not adopted the 3D multi-plane reconstruction algorithm of computed tomography (CT).

The advantage of dental CT enables you to evaluate the clinical cases; bone quality, Maxillary sinus, TMJ, Incisive foramen, and mandibular canals, which has brought on a qualitative revolution of dental redio-therapeutics.

A Dental CT provides planning, evaluation, and treatment, minimizing the side effects of implant surgery.

However, CT is not yet been widely used in dentistry, as CT has been regarded primarily as a medical device that can not meet particular dental requirements.

Anatomic analysis by 0.1 mm
A medical CT has a slice thickness of 1~2mm, while Picasso offers a slice thickness of 0.1mm.
The extreme detail and image quality of Picasso ensures that every possible precaution has been made to reduce the risk of involvement of delicate anatomical structures.

Low Radiation Dosage of Picasso
The radiation dosage of Picasso is considerably less than a medical CT.
A medical CT captures 1 slice/sec. at 150kVp and 200mA to capture a dental arch where 40 slices are required for implant surgey; while a Dental CT captures the image at only 80kVp and 5mA for 12~24 seconds.
Accordingly the radiation dose of Picasso is hundredths less than that of a medical CT.
Picasso acquires a 3D image from just a single 360o rotation, just as with a Panoramic X-ray.

Dental Cone beam CT vs Medical Fan Beam CT
Medical CT widely uses a conventional linear Fan Beam, whereas the Cone Beam of the E-WOO Dental CT features a square, 2 dimentional array of detectors to capture the cone shaped beam. As a result, a Cone Beam CT provides a volume of data, while a medical Fan Beam CT provides a set of consecutive slices of the patient. 
The compact size and relatively low radiation dosage of the Cone Beam CT makes it ideally suited for imaging dental structures.

Picasso Trio: Dental CT, Digital Panoramic & Cephalometric functions combined in one single unit.
Panoramic image, cephalometric image and 3D CT images have different characteristics and require different sensors.
In addition to high quality imaging, E-WOO is world renowned for technical innovations such as combining 3 individual functions into one single system.
Thanks to E-WOO’s patented technology, Picasso is the first 3 in 1 system in the world: dental CT, digital panoramic and digital cephalometric functions combined into a single system providing economic feasibility to the dentist in terms of space and cost.

Attested by more than 1,200 dental clinics
Picasso series have been installed and attested in more than 1,200 dental clinics within past 2 years since its introduction. Picasso is now synonymous for quality and technical inversion providing cutting adge, computerized technology to dentistry.
The Picasso network is composed of more than 1,200 clinics providing experience and knowledge in CT diagnostic dental skills.
The success of Picasso reflects the rapid acceptance of those who pursue high quality medical technology.

Picasso series; satisfying every demand of hospitals, radiology imaging centers, and the dental office. 
E-WOO presents the Picasso series, composed of a dental cone beam CT and 3D software.
The FOV (Field of view) of Picasso series varies from 12cm x 7cm, and 20cm x 15cm to 20cm x 19cm, providing unparallel, detailed information to the dentist.
Picasso master: Captures the complete Maxillofacial structure (FOV 20x19cm/20x15cm)
Picaso Pro: Standard Dental CT  
Picasso Trio: 3-in-1 system-CT, Digital Panoramic & Cephalometric
Picasso series is all controlled by a software, and all the operation, such as image capture, and motorized position is communicated with a console PC in CAN. So, its stability is already ensured.
Ideal for the Dental Offices
This product is becoming the standard of care to prepare a pre-implant surgery treatment plan with 3D analyses using CT imaging to provide optimum patient care and safety, as well as providing the dentist with unparallel insight.
Picasso iss substantially lighter and smaller, with better spatial resolution compared to a medical CT.
The Picasso dimensions are no larger than a Pan/Ceph X-ray making it ideal for a dental private office.