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Dental imaging software i-Dixel 2.0

dental imaging software
dental imaging software
dental imaging software
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Application domain
for dental imaging

Description

i-Dixel imaging software offers a range of features from the initial exposure to the final diagnosis allowing for a thorough examination. Software features include a drawing function in the mandibular canal, presentation for implant therapy, and volume rendering which converts three-dimensional X-rays to solid images which can be rotated, magnified, and sliced in real time. i-Dixel also offers the unique ability to view both CT slice images and volume rendered images at the same time on the computer screen. Creation of volume renderings Mandibular Canal Depiction Implant Presentation Preparation One-Data & One-Volume Viewers DICOM 3.0 Compatible Volume rendering displays a solid 3D image showing the bone structure and dental arch. The volume rendered image is linked to the slices and moves in real time whenever a slice is adjusted. i-Dixel offers a drawing function for the mandibular canal to highlight its location relative to the implant site, as well as its buccal, and lingual location. This feature allows you to specify the length and diameter of implant fixtures and paste them into the image. This presentation is easily understood by patients and helps with case acceptance. Installing i-Dixel software on all intra-clinic computers enables sharing of image data on each linked computer. Observation of images on non-network computers can be achieved with One Data Viewer without installing i-Dixel. In addition to the One Data Viewer EX functions, the Plus version provides distance and angle measurement, zooming, image reversal, and additional adjustments for brightness, contrast, and gamma curve.

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