The ultimate CBCT imaging system for maxillofacial and ENT applications

An ultra-modern, ultra-technological, ultra-competitive device has been developed from the engineering evolution of the NewTom range. The most complete CBCT. 
Accurate display of details, superior scan technology. Multiple FOV up to 24x19 cm for complete 3D Head&Neck diagnostics, multiple 2D examinations with just one scan. The function CineX provides a dynamic view of moving structures while EcoScan mode considerably reduces X-ray exposure.

The NewTom VGi evo Advantages

  • The new Eco Scan mode, available with all FOV, enables dentists to carry out low-exposure patient examinations.
  • A simple single-scan examination of an anatomical region as large as 24x19 cm allows investigation of the entire maxillofacial area.
  • Volumetric examination, Panoramic, Teleradiography and Serial X-rays. All on just one device.
  • The latest-generation head support unit provides simple, reassuring patient positioning and excellent image quality.


Clinical cases


Cone Beam CT is one of the most effective tools available for evaluating implant sites. 3D images can identify potential pathologies and structural abnormalities with unprecedented accuracy.


To carry out procedures such as fractured tooth restoration, mandibular canal therapy or treatment of tissues adjoining a tooth, endodontic and periodontic specialists need imagery that lets them identify every possible detail inside the treated zone, determine the exact pathology and accurately plan effective treatment.


NewTom takes imaging of the temporomandibular joint to a whole new level. Sagittal and coronal slices provide optimal imaging of the joint zone and allow identification of any pathology. The attainable 3D images offer extremely high-quality, accurate anatomical representation of both the TMJ and the cervical zone.

Oral and maxillofacial surgery

A scan carried out with NewTom devices accurately shows characteristics such as the presence of teeth or fractures, bone density and height, or root shape and tilt. In the case of post-operative scans, the presence of metallic elements does not affect image quality. On the contrary, because of the low X-ray exposure the scattering effect is almost nonexistent and the scanned anatomical structures are displayed clearly.


When carrying out orthodontic treatment, whether for aesthetic purposes or to cure more serious pathologies, Cone Beam X-ray technology with 3D image acquisition can produce a full array of extremely useful images (panoramic, teleradiography and 3D). 3D imaging provides a complete picture of the scanned area and also allows manipulation of both the angle and thickness of the reconstructed image.


A single scan provides a clear view of all the airways, the structure of the ear, the nasal sinuses and the petrous bone. Most examinations made using conventional CAT machines can also be made with NewTom, which provides more detailed images and, thanks to the use of suitable X-ray exposure parameters, prevents patient dosage overestimation.