PreXion3D Excelsior CBCT Scanner
  • Accurate 360 degree rotation
  • 512-1,024 projected views
  • Dedicated 2D pan mode option
  • Clearest detail with 0.3mm focal spot and 0.08-0.2mm voxel
Applications By Specialty


Implant Dentistry

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery




Cone Beam Scanner with girl
3d CBCT machine
CBCT machine

PreXion3D Excelsior

PreXion is committed to your success by focusing on low dose and advanced imaging technologies for accurate diagnoses and treatment. PreXion’s legacy has always been founded on providing superior imaging quality with powerful and easy-to-use software. With over 15 years of experience in 3D DICOM image processing and software visualization, PreXion has distinct advantages over other CBCT scanners and is committed to “Make IT Visible” under every clinical circumstance.

Product Videos

Detailed Sinus Visualization and Diagnosis
Patient Education and Case Acceptance Tools
Zoom and Cutting Tools for Focused Detail
Exact Localization of Impacted Teeth



“When I was initially introduced to the PreXion CBCT technology, I was highly impressed with the image clarity. I was equally impressed with the support and training staff members that PreXion provided my practice. This made it easier for my staff to integrate this into my practice seamlessly.


Because the Midwest Implant Institute has taught post-doctoral cosmetic and dental implant procedures since 1986, we are very selective with whom we work with and the products and equipment we incorporate into our curriculum. Our attendees are amazed at the quality that brings PreXion 3-D imaging and case planning for restorative dentistry into their practices. The images make it easier to complete dental implant cases with precision, predictability and profitably.


PreXion’s CBCT system is not just for doctors who perform implant dentistry. PreXion technology for 3-D imaging provides a clinician the ability to diagnose endodontic and periodontal situations that can go undiagnosed with other traditional radiographic technology and techniques.”

Dr. Thomas Bilski