PreXion3D Eclipse 2-in-1 or 3-in-1

PreXion3D Eclipse has enhanced general versatility and its superb image quality derived from the original PreXion3D Elite to benefit you and your patients. PreXion has 15+ years of experience in the medical/dental area and has now introduced the Eclipse. The PreXion3D Eclipse is an affordable true multi-modality scanner.

It is designed for dental offices that seek to perform in-office surgical implant procedures,

as well as use 3D imaging for diagnosis in general dentistry, periodontics, orthodontics, and endodontics, along with planning in oral-maxillofacial surgery. This small footprint 3D CBCT scanner reconstructs images to industry-standard DICOM format for compatibility with a variety of 3rd party surgical implant planning software packages.

Clinical Applications

  • Implant placement surgery
  • 3rd molar studies
  • Orthodontics
  • Oral-Maxillofacial surgery
  • Pathology
  • Impacted and Supernumerary teeth
  • DICOM Export for implant surgical guides & CAD/CAM integration


  • Ceph mode option
  • Dedicated true pan and reconstructed pan
  • Wide mode Field of View (FoV) 11 cm x 7 cm
  • Bundled with Prexion 3D Viewer software solution

Scan Modes

Light mode (reduced radiation) 8.1 cm X 7.5 cm 9 seconds
High-Definition (standard mode) 8.1 cm X 7.5 cm 9 seconds
Ultra High Definition 8.1 cm X 7.5 cm 17 seconds
Wide 11.3 cm X 7.2 cm 18 seconds
Panoramic standard 16 seconds
Ceph LA, PA, Carpus 8,10,12 seconds


Intuitive 3D Software

ALL Prexion3D CBCT scanners include The Prexion3D Viewer software at no additional charge. It contains easy modules for evaluating dedicated 2D Panoramic, 2D Cephalometric, and 3D images. Prexion provides the clinician with the most accurate assessment of the bone and surrounding anatomy while making 1:1 exact measurements. This assures optimal implant placement without the superimposition of tissue or projection distortion compared to conventional panoramic systems. Prexion3D reconstructs to DICOM 3.0 format and is compatible with major 3rd party surgical planning software systems.


Device Type CBCT + Panoramic + Ceph (Optional)
Field of View (DXH) 8.1 cm X 7.5 cm; 11.3 cm X 7.2 cm Wide mode
CBCT Sensor FPD, 14 bits
X-ray Output 90 kV, 4 mA; 90 kV, 2.6 mA; Ceph: 50-90 kV, 1-4 mA
Focal Spot 0.2 mm
Voxel Size 0.15 mm
Patient Position Seated for maximum stability
Included Computers Console Computer + Viewer Computer (Network Client is available)


Product Videos

Prexion3D Eclipse Video

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