Digital Diagnostics

by Larry Emmott on July 31, 2009

in Diagnostics

Traditional diagnostic methods have several things in common; they are subjective, they vary significantly from one operator to the next, and they aren’t very accurate.

One of the most exciting areas of new product development is high tech diagnostics. The core of hi tech diagnostics is the ability to scientifically measure a biologic condition and then to convert those measurements to a digital format for analysis and recording. The result is a highly accurate and consistent measurement.

Examples are, caries detection, oral cancer screening, perio probing, color matching and TMJ function.

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