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Looking into the body with waves
CaviTau – For the identification
of jaw bone cavitations
CaviTau – Transalvolar Ultrausound Sonography
Precise, fast and gentle in
the application
Newest software - precise measurement
Own developed software with 3D diagrams
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CaviTAU® – THE ADVANTAGES IN THE PALM OF YOUR HANDS!

The newly developed CaviTAU® also provides diagnostic information about bone density and quality in the jawbone area. The CaviTAU® device is a valuable clinical tool that provides information that does not just come down to an isolated diagnosis but concerns the general health of your patients.

MEASUREMENTS MADE WITH CAVITAU®

CaviTAU® is an imaging process to measure bone density and quality in the jawbone area.

SAFE AND EFFECTIVE METHOD

All radiological processes are linked to health risks posed by radiation exposure. Ultrasound applications with CaviTAU® are completely harmless…

LITTLE SPACE

The CaviTAU® device only requires a small amount of space and can be installed in any dental practice to supplement the existing X-ray machines.

NON-INVASIVE AND COST-EFFICIENT

In terms of the legally prescribed duty of care, CaviTAU® can be used as a non-invasive and cost-effective adjuvant for medical indication in the event of the following procedures:

CURRENT STATE OF DEVELOPMENT

Annual Conference DEGUZ.eV 2019

Some impressions from the 11th annual DEGUZ.eV 2019! Dr. Lechner was back with his Orotox booth and also able to present the new CaviTAU® device for the first time. Read more

An overview of the newsletter of April

We are pleased to inform you, that we are in the final stages regarding the relaunch phase of the CaviTAU® device. The device is currently being used in in the practice clinic Dr.Lechner and already exceeds our internal expectations. Read more

Publication of the Volume III „Cavity forming osteolysis of the jawbone“

After the publication of Volume I in 2011 and Volume II in 2015, Volume III, on the cavity-forming osteolyses of the jawbone with their oral and systemic manis fixations, will be published in 2019 by Dr.Dr.(PhDUCN) J. Lechner, Prof. JE. Bouquot und Dr. V. von Baehr. Read more