Dr. H asks:
Does anyone have experience with the med3D software? I believe it is initially more expensive to purchase, but since it is controlled by the dentist and not a large company like SimPlant it is cheaper to use for treatment planning in the long run.
What has been your experience with this system? Any comments on this versus Simplant would be appreciated. Thanks.
DDSGadget.com Editor Note:
Med3D Software has a product called implant3D. It enables a dentist to process computertomographic scans (CT-scans) in DICOM-3-Format, which have been acquired by a radiologist and transfered to him (typically on CD-ROM) directly to his computer, a “central processing” is not required.
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