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November 2, 2011 News CAD/CAMCloud computingNew TechnologiesPhotographyTechnology

Web-based service offers secure image and data sharing – CANADIAN YOU KNOW!

by ken

From Dr. Bicuspid – KathyKincaide, Editor in Chief November 1, 2011 — “Brightsquid” may not sound like the name of an imaging company, but this young Canadian technology firm is bringing its Web-based image and data sharing service to dentistry

September 25, 2011 News ImplantologyInnovations in dentistryNew Technologies

Nanoo, Nanoo – Mork had it right!

by ken

From Dental Tribune by Arun Garg, DMD Technology promises to be the driver of medical and dental advances in the years to come. New imaging modalities, better diagnostic and therapeutic strategies and even improvements in data storage and the implementation

July 7, 2011 News Cone beam computed tomography

Artefacts in CBCT: a review

by ken

Artefacts are common in today’s cone beam CT (CBCT). They are induced by discrepancies between the mathematical modelling and the actual physical imaging process. Since artefacts may interfere with the diagnostic process performed on CBCT data sets, every user should be aware

June 23, 2011 News Cone beam computed tomography


by ken

Do you know that there are currently over 40 cbCT machines in the marketplace? First Installation at Loma Linda University (Elmsford,NY,June 22, 2011, – ImageWorks (OTC.IWKS.PK), leading provider of imaging products to the dental, medical and veterinary marketplace, is proud to

May 13, 2011 News Cone beam computed tomography

Planmeca introduces latest imaging unit Promax 3D Mid in Anaheim and Chicago

by ken

Planmeca is introducing the new ProMax 3D Mid at the CDA in Anaheim and the AAO in Chicago this week. As described on their website – Planmeca ProMax 3D Mid is a genuine all-in-one CBVT (Cone Beam Volumetric Tomography) unit including

May 4, 2011 News Radiology

There’s silver in them thar packets…

by ken

By Kathy Kincade – Dr. Bicuspid – May 4, 2011 Despite significant increases in the price of x-ray film — due primarily to the rising cost of oil and precious metals in recent years — conventional x-rays are not likely

November 26, 2010 News CAD/CAM

Experiencing the Lava C.O.S. System

by melissa

The other night I had the pleasure of attending a seminar put on by 3M ESPE and Dental Services Group. The seminar was entitled “Digital Dentistry: From Prep to Crown” and it featured the Lava C.O.S. (Chairside Oral Scanner) from

May 15, 2010 News Cone beam computed tomography

What’s the holdup on cbCT access in Ontario?

by ken

The incorporation of the third dimension into practical dental and craniofacial imaging is now a reality. The value of small FOV cbCT in endodontics and periodontics specifically is an unimaginable iteration of the standard of care in diagnosis. The Ministry