Can dental images help prevent strokes?

Dr. Bicuspid

Dental surgeons and oral radiologists may be able to detect a serious condition that can cause a stroke as an incidental finding on images taken prior to dental treatment, according to a study published on November 17 in the European Journal of Radiology.

Leading Edge Technology with Apteryx XVWeb: Artificial Intelligence and Dental Imaging

Planet DDS

It will also introduce some of the upcoming AI-powered features in our cloud-based imaging software, XVWeb. Just over a year ago, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reclassified radiograph dental caries detection devices from Class III to Class II.

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5 Dental Imaging Best Practices to Improve Diagnostic Accuracy

Planet DDS

And each office has different imaging devices and software that provide greater or lesser detail in radiographs. Getting the exposure right as your staff captures x-rays will ensure that images aren’t too over or underexposed.

5 Surprising Facts About Dental Imaging Software Implementation and Conversion | Part 3 Why XVWeb Series

Planet DDS

One of the top reasons dental practices are reluctant to switch imaging software (or any software) is their fear of the conversion process. We’ll share some facts that you might be surprised to learn about dental imaging software implementation and conversion.

Convert Your Top 5 Dental Imaging Struggles into Your Competitive Advantage

Planet DDS

Before the advent of modern dental x-rays, who would have thought that dentists would have to be in the business of housing vast amounts of data? But managing your imaging data doesn’t have to be a struggle. First, why is managing dental images such a struggle?

A Buyer’s Guide: Choosing the Right Software for 3D Dental Imaging

Planet DDS

If your dental practice uses 3D imaging like cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) scans, your imaging software plays a crucial role in streamlining your imaging workflow. Can I define effects presets based on different manufacturers and image types?

True Cost of Ownership of XVWeb | Part Two: Why XVWeb Series

Planet DDS

It’s not easy comparing the true cost of ownership between a cloud-based SaaS product versus premise-based dental imaging software. Like what happened when Adobe first announced its move to the cloud almost ten years ago, the dental industry is now in the early stages of cloud adoption.

Penn Dental professor to study gum disease, comorbidities

Dr. Bicuspid

Adeyinka Dayo, an assistant professor at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine (Penn Dental Medicine), has received a fellowship to study a link between medial arterial calcification, diabetes, and periodontal bone loss. Colgate donates $1M to Penn dental center.

Should dental x-rays be used to assess age of migrant children?

Dr. Bicuspid

Dental x-rays should not be used to estimate the age of unaccompanied children who arrive at the U.S. Read more on DrBicuspid.com Related Reading: Can dental images help prevent strokes? Dental x-rays may help diagnose bruxism.

The Company Behind the Product | Part 4 of the Why XWeb Series

Planet DDS

In this series, we’ve talked about the benefits of XVWeb, the cost of ownership for imaging software and revealed some surprising facts about the conversion process. Maybe your goal for imaging is to reduce server and IT costs, get centralized cloud access to images, or enhance security.

Healing Craze Lines and Fractures with Hydroxyapatite

Ask The Dentist

When you go to your dentist, he or she may use dental imaging technology known as indocyanine-green-assisted near-infrared fluorescence (ICG-NIRF) to detect any cracks in your enamel. ICG-NIRF can also detect issues like dental caries and decays. What are craze lines?

How Much Do Dental Intraoral Sensors Cost?

Planet DDS

But that’s not the only cost in owning a dental sensor. How Much Does Imaging Software Cost? Costs related to imaging software can range from bundled (“free”) with sensor purchase to costing several thousands of dollars. How Much Do Imaging Servers Cost?

Artificial Intelligence Could Help Dentists Diagnose Problems

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene

An artificial intelligence (AI) program that scans dental images may someday serve as an aid to diagnosis. Only flagged images could then be sent for a consult, reducing cost and time for the clinician and patient.”. The sequence of steps had to be consistent for each image.

Apteryx Imaging Enters Government-Funded International Consortium Agreement with Trestle GmbH to Develop Artificial Intelligence Software Applications for Dentistry

Dental News and Technology

Vancouver, BC – September 28, 2020 – Apteryx Imaging Inc., a subsidiary of Planet DDS, is pleased to announce that it has recently entered into an agreement with German-based Trestle GmbH, (Trestle) to co-develop a set of software modules using AI and Deep Machine Learning (DML) designed to address critically important, common diagnostic use cases in the dental imaging space. For more information on Apteryx Imaging, please visit www.apteryx.com.

7 Things You Should Know to Get Started with Apteryx Imaging XVWeb

Planet DDS

But dental practices don’t have time for disruptions to their imaging workflow. That’s why our imaging implementation team is here to assist you throughout the process to make it as smooth as possible. XVWeb serves the same function for your dental images.

Why XVWeb Series | Part 1: Top 5 Benefits of XVWeb

Planet DDS

Find out why our clients chose XVWeb instead of server-based imaging software or even other cloud software companies. If you’re in the market for dental imaging software, you’ve come to the right place. You defer making a decision about your imaging software to a later time.

3 Ways to Know When It’s Time to Get Cloud-Enabled Imaging Software

Planet DDS

Your dental practice is probably starting to get back into a good rhythm and routine. Let’s talk about three factors you should consider when deciding when the right time is to get cloud-enabled imaging software for your dental practice. . cloud-enabled imaging software ?for

Upgrading to XVWeb: All the Benefits of XrayVision, None of the Limitations

Planet DDS

Our cloud-based XVWeb software has all of the benefits that you’ve come to expect from Apteryx Imaging software and none of the limitations. Standard Benefits You’ve Come to Expect from Apteryx Imaging. State of the Art Image Analysis Tools Via the Web.

Convert Your Top 5 Imaging Struggles into Your Competitive Advantage

Planet DDS

Before the advent of modern dental x-rays, who would have thought that dentists would have to be in the business of housing vast amounts of data? But managing your imaging data doesn’t have to be a struggle. First, why is managing dental images such a struggle?

Anatomage Spins Out its 3D Dental Technology Business As Osteoid

Denticle

The first reason is the imaging aspect as well as my familiarity with it. Anatomage has always provided imaging, filters, features, and tools that give me everything I need to evaluate my cone beam images as well as to virtually treatment plant cases. Now, as it continues to evolve, the company is creating a 3D Dental Division that is is calling Osteoid. With the dental imaging market projected to grow to $4.1

Diagnocat Brings Artificial Intelligence to Dental 3D Imaging

Denticle

If you have a favorite pet, go to your images on your phone and in the search box, simply type in the type of animal it is. Not just *your* dog mind you, but every dog or every cat in your images. for dental images as well. Whether you have 2D or 3D imaging doesn't matter.

Update on Lead Apron Utilization

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene

177 “Radiation Protection in Dentistry and Oral & Maxillofacial Imaging.” The report states that lead aprons are not required if all recommendations are followed because radiation doses to the reproductive region have decreased due to advances in dental radiography.

Apteryx Imaging Enters Government-Funded International Consortium Agreement with Trestle GmbH to Develop Artificial Intelligence Software Applications for Dentistry

Denticle

Over the past couple of years, I've worked with several companies that are working on projects that will allow for the faster and potentially more accurate reading of x-rays by dental personnel. Apteryx Imaging Inc., Dr. David Gane, CEO of Apteryx Imaging, stated, “Apteryx is excited to contribute our dental domain management expertise, custom software development team, support, sales and marketing services along with de-identified image data to this project.