Entries Tagged as 'Digital X-Rays'
July 15th, 2010 · No Comments
October 25th, 2006 · No Comments
I just discovered the ultimate new system for delivering music throughout your dental office. It is the Sonos Digital Music System (www.Sonos.com). It wirelessly streams digital music, internet radio, and Rhapsody through out your office. There is no need to run wires. The best part is that each room can control their own music source […]
January 5th, 2006 · No Comments
It is time of the year when in some practices things slow down. I have never really figured out why; maybe because of tax time or maybe it is an after the Holiday lull. There have always been things you can do, chart audits, special discount offers, email reminders of unfinished treatment plans, etc. […]
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January 1st, 2006 · No Comments
Dental Products Report polled GP’s in 2005 on radiography preferences. Eighty per cent are using film based systems. Four per cent plan on buying a film based system versus 18 per cent that are planning on buying a digital system. 49 per cent say sensors are uncomfortable.
November 1st, 2005 · No Comments
We have all been on other forums where anyone can post anything about anyone. This often leads to angry and self-ritious grandstanding. In other words, confrontation for the sake of protecting ones turf, as opposed to simply sharing ideas for the simple sake of helping others. All the authors of this forum have the obligation […]
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September 19th, 2005 · No Comments
DB: What is the coolest technology that is about to hit dentistry? Paul Feuerstein: Simple. Cone beam tomography. We now have a method to essentially take CT/MRI type scans on teeth, bone and jaws. In-office units are available (currently at a high cost). There is no reason to wonder how close a third molar might […]
September 9th, 2005 · No Comments
KODAK is introducing the RVG 5000, a more economical system, than there existing system, the RVG 6000. This RVG 5000 has been sold in Europe and across the globe. The RVG 5000 captures 14 bline pairs per millimeter, one of the highest resolution intraoral radiography systems available today. The RVG 6000 captures 20 line pairs per millimeter, […]
August 16th, 2005 · No Comments
Did you come to dentalblogs.com looking for an answer to some technology question not addressed here yet? Do you need technology help? I’ve helped many of you over the years with varoius questions as you make purchasing decisions and/or try to implement technology better. But now I’m even better positioned to help you than ever […]
June 22nd, 2005 · No Comments
Question:What’s better for a PowerPoint slide presentation JPEG or TIFF photos? I’m putting the presentation together and the photos I had taken are in both format and I can’t tell the difference. Answer:You don’t need much resolution for a Power Point presentation. JPEG files are generally much more compressed and will not have large files. […]
April 11th, 2005 · No Comments
The answer is…it depends. If you are never going to print them and just display them on a monitor, LCD projector, or web page, 1024x 768, or under a megapixel is enough.