Orthodontic Imaging Software

As you may know, orthodontic imaging software is one of the best tools for electronically creating, storing, and accessing digital radiographs. As more and more medical professionals turn to digital radiographs for the convenience, cost, and ease, orthodontic imaging software provides them the tools they need to access and share electronic radiographs. Orthodontic imaging software is convenient, easy to implement, and cost effective, making it an ideal software to add to your office’s suite of tools.

How does orthodontic imaging software work?

After taking a digital radiograph, orthodontic imaging software provides you with an interface to to view, edit, send, and sync x-rays and other patient information. It is an easy way to keep everyone up to date with patient records, diagnosis, analysis, and progress. Often, orthodontic imaging software uses a comprehensive control panel that you can integrate with the other software your office uses to easily access and share records and images.

Why use orthodontic imaging software?

Rather than going through the tedious process of faxing x-ray images from one office to another or searching for a physical file in huge storage cabinets, digital images make it easy to pull up and send patient files online. Orthodontic imaging software simplifies the process of accessing digital images so you can access and manage images through the web when you need to, no matter where you are. Additionally, orthodontic imaging software ensures everyone is on the same page, because patient data is stored and accessed online rather than in paper files that can easily get mixed up or lost.

Many dentists and orthodontists are realizing that their old ways are outdated and integrating the tools of the future gets you ahead of the competition while making life easier for your practice. It’s important to stay ahead when patient records are on the line, and going digital allows you to provide patients with the quick, accurate service they expect. As a medical service provider, you want to provide your patients with the best services available, and orthodontic imaging software is one way to make work easier for you and service better for the patient at the same time.

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Orthodontic Imaging Software

As you may know, orthodontic imaging software is one of the best tools for electronically creating, storing, and accessing digital radiographs. As more and more medical professionals turn to digital radiographs for the convenience, cost, and ease, orthodontic imaging software provides them the tools they need to access and share electronic radiographs. Orthodontic imaging software is convenient, easy to implement, and cost effective, making it an ideal software to add to your office’s suite of tools.

Orthodontic Imaging Software

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How does orthodontic imaging software work?

After taking a digital radiograph, orthodontic imaging software provides you with an interface to to view, edit, send, and sync x-rays and other patient information. It is an easy way to keep everyone up to date with patient records, diagnosis, analysis, and progress. Often, orthodontic imaging software uses a comprehensive control panel that you can integrate with the other software your office uses to easily access and share records and images.

Why use orthodontic imaging software?

Rather than going through the tedious process of faxing x-ray images from one office to another or searching for a physical file in huge storage cabinets, digital images make it easy to pull up and send patient files online. Orthodontic imaging software simplifies the process of accessing digital images so you can access and manage images through the web when you need to, no matter where you are. Additionally, orthodontic imaging software ensures everyone is on the same page, because patient data is stored and accessed online rather than in paper files that can easily get mixed up or lost.

Many dentists and orthodontists are realizing that their old ways are outdated and integrating the tools of the future gets you ahead of the competition while making life easier for your practice. It’s important to stay ahead when patient records are on the line, and going digital allows you to provide patients with the quick, accurate service they expect. As a medical service provider, you want to provide your patients with the best services available, and orthodontic imaging software is one way to make work easier for you and service better for the patient at the same time.

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Cephalometric Imaging

Cephalometric ImagingToday, imaging technologies can give doctors extremely good understanding into structures that aren’t visible to the naked eye. Cephalometrics uses special imaging techniques to gain precise information about a patient’s skeletal and dental structures. Unlike other imaging techniques, cephalometric imaging gives information about the bony structures as well as the soft tissues, which together offers insight into how the many different parts of the skull interact. Cephalometric imaging is prized by orthodontists, dentists, and other medical professionals for its detailed accuracy. For this reason, it is a very helpful tool in treatment planning.

In cephalometrics, a common imaging method is completed by doing a lateral cephalometric exam, which gives insight into a side patient’s side profile. For even greater understanding and true-to-life dimensions, doctors can also use three-dimensional medical imaging.

Many doctors are taking advantage of technology to analyze the results of cephalometric imaging. The advantage of using digital imaging software is that it ensures accuracy and delivers results faster. When dealing with issues that require extremely precise positioning and measurements, medical imaging software can be used in conjunction with electronic analyses technologies to get the most accurate results.

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Digital Dental Imaging Cloud Service

Many medical professionals are turning to electronic tools to help them process patient records quickly and conveniently. One of the tools that is helping them is digital dental imaging, because it offers a convenient, secure, and quick way to create and stone electronic x-ray radiographs. Instead of using traditional photographic film, digital radiography utilizes digital sensors to take x-rays with a digital image capturing device, which is not only quicker but also uses less radiation.

Benefits of digital dental imaging cloud service

One of the biggest benefits to using digital dental imaging is because it provides images quickly, and unlike traditional x-ray images, digital images can be previewed, enhanced, edited, and shared. Traditional x-rays can be more expensive and time consuming than digital imaging, and the radiograph cannot be enhanced electronically if the x-ray is over or under exposed or difficult to read. Additionally, digital images can be stored in the cloud, making it even more simple to share and access patient records. Rather than storing radiographs on office servers, medical professionals can store patient data and more on external cloud servers.

Why use digital imaging in the cloud?

·   Less risk of data loss: Information is backed up in the cloud network instead of on a physical drive, so you don’t have to worry about losing precious patient data because of hardware problems or damage to physical systems.

·   Comprehensive access to patient data: Files can be accessed by anyone with permissions, at any time, from anywhere.

·  Easy to share: Through the cloud, patient files and x-rays can be shared between medical professionals and offices immediately.

·   Easy implementation: The cloud is run through the internet, so your office doesn’t need to worry about hardware or software installation and maintenance.

·   Cost effective: Client-server systems can be expensive to install and take care of, but web-based cloud servers are available for a simple monthly fee.

·   Less IT costs and worries: Client-server systems necessitate extensive IT if there is a hardware or software issue, but the fee you pay for cloud-based servers includes IT support.

Digital dental imaging in the cloud is the wave of the future, and for dentists and orthodontists looking to improve their practice, there is no better time than now. According to a Black Book survey, 72% of physician practices believed their profit margin would decrease to 2014 because of ineffective billing and records technology (via Health Care IT News). The survey also revealed that many medical professionals are dissatisfied with their current systems and are looking to make a switch to better technologies. Luckily, there is a solution: implementing digital imaging in the cloud for your dental office. It’s easy and cost effective to make the switch, so why wait? Staying ahead of the game makes you and your office better prepared and more professional.

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