For Your Imaging Technologies developed and markets an imaging system utilizing cephalometric analysis software specifically for Orthodontists, Oral/Maxillofacial Surgeons, and General Dentists. We use state-of-the-art technology to produce the highest quality image capture and manipulation systems in the industry. The F.Y.I. System significantly increases patient acceptance of proposed treatment plans. Earlier versions of the software were recognized in a FORTUNE magazine article spotlighting the "top 25 very cool technology companies" and received a 1996 Merit Award from the Wisconsin Society of Professional Engineers for "professional engineering initiative and innovation."
The F.Y.I. System consists of two software programs that allow the patient to actually see the effects of the proposed treatment. By utilizing our system, the initial examination, record-taking, treatment planning and patient consultation can be accomplished in one single appointment.
Dr. Ceph, a cephalometric analysis program with image morphing, was the first of its kind to superimpose the x-ray and photograph into one manipulable image which shows both hard and soft tissue. Our cephalometric analysis software has over 50 analyses built into the program, including cervical vertebrae, frontal, lateral, and occlusal analyses. It also has the ability to customize your own analysis or modify an existing one. Using clinically accurate hard tissue movement, the patient's profile can be morphed to show the results of the proposed treatment. English, Portuguese, Italian, Spanish, or Slovakian interface.
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Dr. View is an image capture and case presentation program which allows the doctor the ability to customize the consultation for each patient. A slide show utilizing the patient's images can be quickly created. The patient's photographs can be archived to CD-ROM and printed to any Windows compatible printer. Custom form letters with embedded orthodontic images to send to your patients.