Praised by owners, esteemed educational organizations and the dental community at large, i-CAT® technology is widely regarded as the cone beam industry standard. Voted Best Cone Beam CT Scanner six years in a row.
Dr. Quintero describes his orthodontic practice, his accomplishments, and how his team has an unparalleled commitment to excellence and constant improvement.
Dr. Dan German writes about CBCT in the orthodontic practice and how crucial it is to the diagnosis and treatment of his patients.
Two cone-beam CT (CBCT) products from i-CAT and GENDEX introduced at the Chicago Midwinter Meeting are addressing two critical issues in CBCT imaging: radiation reduction and image optimization.
DEXIS, i-CAT and Henry Schein Dental hosted “The Art of Imaging” at the Chicago Midwinter Meeting where they debut DEXIS® Imaging Suite, DEXIS go® iPad® app and the i-CAT® FLX.
DEXIS and i-CAT debut new products at the Chicago Midwinter Meeting.
The new cone-beam 3-D system, i-CAT FLX, optimizes clinical control, ease of use and fast workflow.
Kevin Henry, Managing Editor, Dental Economics, discusses 10 great dental products that grabbed his attention at the Chicago Midwinter Meeting, including the i-CAT FLX.
Dentists will now discover even more treatment planning possibilities with the latest version of Tx STUDIO™ 3D software for i-CAT systems.
Dr. Markzar is proud to announce that he uses i-CAT Technology to help create custom treatment plans for patients.
i-CAT voted as the Best X-Ray Equipment: Conebeam CT Scanner
Dr. Steven A. Guttenberg sums up the many valuable aspects of i-CAT® scans and Tx STUDIO™ throughout the implant process.
i-CAT hosts the 6th International Congress on 3D Dental Imaging, where doctors learn a range of topics relating to 3D and how essential it is to the dental industry today.
Dr. Juan-Carlos Quintero explores the optimal management of common developmental problems in the mixed dentition.
Dr. Bradford Edgrene discusses how CBCT was crucial to diagnosing and treating a patient with a “crooked smile.”
Sidekick identifies the top reasons for choosing an i-CAT — the many implant and orthodontic uses, TMJ, airway and sleep study uses, compatibility with other software applications, low radiation exposure, and the fact that “i-CAT” is a name you can trust.
To mark the 20th anniversary of Imaging Sciences serving the 3D dental industry, the i-CAT team graces the cover of this issue of orthotown magazine. Read the discussion with the editor on the benefits of 3D imaging and how Imaging Sciences stays at the top of the industry for 20 years and beyond.
Imaging Sciences International discusses its 20 year anniversary in digital imaging systems.
Dr. Justin Moody discusses the benefits of using CBCT over “traditional x-ray “machines. He states, “In my implant centers, having the right software to plan as precisely as possible prior to these procedures makes a difference.”
Dr. Sean K. Carlson presents the facts about radiation exposure as it relates to CBCT scans and everyday living.
“We listen and respond to what dentists need to preform dentistry more confidently, precisely, and efficiently” says Mark Hillebrandt, the Business Unit Director of Imaging Sciences International (i-CAT), as he answers questions with the editors at Dental Product Report magazine about what is next in Digital Dentistry and i-CAT.
Dr. Mark Tholen states that a person can assess an environment within 30 seconds; therefore, your office should be modern and include the latest technology, such as CBCT.
Dr. Martin F. Van Vliet discusses the benefits of CBCT and how it has changed the way he evaluates and treats his orthodontic patients.
Over the next five years, it is estimated that dental implants will grow by 9%, and with that the need for CBCT which provides precise details for accurate implant diagnosis and treatment planning.
Dr. Jeff Sessions discusses a patient with a third molar that was interfering with eruption, which was only visible through 3D scans captured on his i-CAT.
An exciting overview of the International Congress on 3D Dental Imaging, a forum for leaders in dental education to share their experience and expertise with all attendees.
Dr. Justin Moody talks about the benefits of using detailed data from cone beam 3D imaging to better diagnosis his patients.
Dr. Juan-Carlos Quintero finds answers to his patient's snoring, mouth breathing, teeth grinding, and sinus infections through the help of CBCT.
Imaging Sciences has a reputation for knowing precisely what dentists need to improve clinical control and workflow.
Dr. Justin Moody discusses that knowing how to efficiently use the technological advantages available today is key to building momentum in a practice.
A corporate profile on Imaging Sciences highlights the company's accomplishments, such as being a global leader, excellence in service and education, setting the industry standard, and dedication to advancing dental treatment.
Dr. Justin Moody shares his insights about how 3-D imaging technology helps with the placement of implants and orthodontic planning, making results for him and his orthodontic colleague even more predictable.
Dr. John Russo illustrates how CBCT facilitated decisions for bone grafting and implant placement.
Dr. Jim L. Caskey, Orthodontist talks about the every day benefits of Cone Beam CT and i-CAT.
Dr. John Graham notes that CBCT provides a clearer picture of anatomy while exposing the patient to much less radiation than even a full series of dental X-rays.
Dr. Quintero illustrates how a potentially disastrous scenario was averted and orthodontic treatment was completed more safely and predictably with i-CAT 3-D imaging.
CBCT imaging allows Dr. Justin Moody to more precisely create the ideal underlying structure for implants while fulfilling his responsibilty for ALARA.
Dr. Appel recounts how his i-CAT scan had life-altering results for a 12-year old boy with a partially erupted upper left premolar.
Dr. Justin Moody discusses how 3-D technology has improved his standard of care for implant cases and has become a valuable tool in this orthodontic colleague's treatment planning.
The i-CAT offers many options in CBCT scans--in size, time, dimension, viewing options, and emitted radiation dose settings--to help dentists approach innovative procedures with confidence.
Dr. Terry Myers interviews certified professional insurance coder, Kim Innocent to discover how proper coding for reimbursement will make 3-D imaging and the best care possible available to more patients.
Dr. Joel Rosenlicht shows how his i-CAT provides better visualization, a clearer perspective on his options, and the ability to achieve desired results more easily and less stressfully.
Dr. Scott Ganz explains why he recommends an assessment with 3-D radiography to properly assess the patient's anatomy and to make educated decisions regarding treatment.
The i-CAT, with its capability for both 2-D and 3-D imaging, combines function and flexibility to improve workflow and diagnostics for a wide variety of procedures.
For orthodontists, 3-D imaging with i-CAT delivers accurate information, faster planning, and more predictable treatment results.
Dr. Steven Guttenberg discusses the "career altering" details of his investment in an i-CAT for complete evaluation of dental implant sites.
The authors describe the benefits of using CBCT to obtain detailed information such as distinguishing and defining the extent and depth of root resorption, and delineating the orientation of unerupted and root apex location.
This article focuses on practical applications of CBCT that emphasize its importance in comprehensive orthodontic care such as dental development, limits of tooth movement, airway assessment, craniofacial morphology and superimposition.
The article discusses virtual treatment planning using CBCT data, its accuracy for planning, improved coordination and communication of a multidisciplinary team, capabilites to offer multiple treatment scenarios, and ability to create surgical guides for optimum treatment.
Dr. David C. Hatcher explores CBCT imaging protocols, image quality, and radiation dosage to answer clinical questions while maintaining an acceptable radiation dose and cost.
Drs. Steven Guttenberg and John Flucke discuss how CBCT technology is redefining dental outcomes in implants, bone grafting, oral surgery, orthodontics, and endodontics.
Implant Practice writes a corporate profile on Imaging Sciences International - a company of innovation, quality, service and leadership in 3D dental imaging.
A guest editorial by Dr. Steven Guttenberg points to the use of preoperative 3-D radiography as a valuable source of information for planning and implementation of more precise implant procedures.