How Much Does a Planmeca ProMax Cost?
If you’ve ever attended a dental conference, spoken to colleagues, or researched dental X-ray equipment online, you’re probably familiar with the name Planmeca. After all, Planmeca has earned the reputation of being a global leader in healthcare technology and is the largest privately-held manufacturer of professional dental equipment in the world.
Dentists recognize the quality of Planmeca’s ProMax line of 2D and 3D imaging systems as well as the software solutions that accompany them. With a wide variety of configurations, these systems are designed to adapt to nearly any practice or imaging need – ranging from a baseline 2D panorex to full 3-in-1 mid-to-large field of view (FOV) CBCT systems with dedicated pan and ceph attachments.
Average Cost of a New Planmeca ProMax
With this large variety of models to choose from within the Planmeca ProMax family, your imaging needs will impact how much you’ll pay. Like any other technology, there are entry-level and higher-end models to scale to your needs. Below, we’ll share the average cost of a Planmeca ProMax by the three modality types: panorex, pan/ceph, and CBCT.
● 2D Panorex:
A baseline 2D panorex model, such as the Planmeca ProMax S3, with no ceph attachment, will range from $20,000 to $30,000 for a new unit. Many baseline models from Planmeca are designed to be upgradeable so you can add a ceph attachment or upgrade to CBCT 3D later on. This reduces your upfront cost and allows your imaging system to scale as your imaging needs change.
● 2D Pan/Ceph:
As suggested above, a baseline 2D panorex can be upgraded to include a ceph attachment for scans of the side of the face. This is particularly useful for orthodontic work as well as neck, face, and jaw treatments. Alternatively, if you know you need a ceph attachment, you can purchase a Planmeca pan/ceph model. The price you can expect to pay for a Planmeca ProMax 2D pan/ceph ranges from $35,000 to $50,000.
● 3D CBCT:
The price you can expect to pay for a new 3D unit will greatly depend on your desired FOV size. Planmeca ProMax 3D models are available in a wide range of FOV sizes, from 4x5cm to 16x16cm, classified as mid-large FOV. These FOV sizes can be collimated down to the lowest dosage required to give you the view you need on a per-client basis. A medium FOV is most versatile to give dental professionals a view of both arches, the full dentition. A medium FOV such as the Planmeca ProMax Classic, with no ceph attachment, will range from $45,000 to $80,000. Planmeca ProMax 3D units can also be upgraded with a ceph attachment as your imaging needs change.
How to Save 30% to 50% Off New List Prices
The average costs listed above all represent the new list prices on Planmeca ProMax units. Did you know you can save 30% to 50% off these new list prices by purchasing certified pre-owned equipment?
For over ten years, Renew Digital has been the leader in certified pre-owned dental imaging equipment. They carry a wide range of pan/ceph X-ray machines, CBCT systems as well as intraoral scanners, all from the leading brands dentists trust, such as Planmeca, Sirona, i-CAT, Vatech, Carestream, and many others.
They back the quality of their pre-owned equipment through a rigorous system of testing and inspection and then offer peace of mind through a comprehensive warranty that covers parts and labor. That way, you can be sure that the equipment they install will work safely and effectively for many years.
They also provide full-service installation and training as well as project management services, just as you’d receive if you purchased a new machine.
Now sure which brand and model is right for you? Their sales representatives are experts across all leading brands and take a brand-neutral approach that helps dental professionals match the right equipment to their needs, instead of limiting them to the options of a single manufacturer portfolio.
Here’s how to get started.
Reach out to a sales representative at Renew Digital with a call to 888-246-5611 or contact them online. Your rep will work with you to determine how your equipment will be used, where it will be placed, and match you to the brands and models most likely to work within your configuration (accounting for considerations like network/electrical and other concerns). From purchase through installation, they’ll be there to provide you with the 5-star level of service for which they’ve been known for the past decade.