Planmeca ProOne

Full-featured panoramic X-ray unit, designed with simplicity in mind.

Featuring cutting-edge innovations, Planmeca ProOne combines extensive diagnostic capabilities and superior image quality into a compact, easy-to-use package.


Awarded design

  • red dot design award 2009, Germany 
  • Fennia Prize 2009, Finland (Honorary mention) 
  • iF product design award 2008, Germany 
  • iF design award china 2007 (Honorary mention) 

Design awards

User interface provides guidance

The full-colour graphical user interface provides clear texts and symbols to guide you through your procedure. Settings are logically grouped and easy to understand, speeding up imaging and allowing you to focus on positioning your patient correctly and communicating with them.

Easy patient positioning

Open patient positioning and side entry minimise errors caused by incorrect patient positioning by allowing you to monitor the patient freely from both the front and side. Side entry allows easy access for all patients – standing or seated. Patient positioning is assisted by our triple laser beam system, which indicates the correct anatomical positioning points.

Autofocus – for perfect panoramics every time

The unique Autofocus feature automatically positions the focal layer using a low-dose scout image of the patient’s central incisors. Landmarks in the patient’s anatomy are used to calculate placement, enabling practically error-free patient positioning and dramatically reducing the need for retakes. The result is the perfect panoramic image, every time.

Optimal imaging programs

Planmeca ProOne® offers you a wide variety of imaging programs for different radiographic needs. You can also select the correct exposure formats to minimise the radiation dose for all types of patients and diagnostic purposes.

Optimal imaging programs


Child mode for optimal paediatric imaging

In child mode, the imaging area and exposure values are reduced in all programs and also the focal layer can be narrowed in the panoramic program.

The patient dose is reduced remarkably.