MOUNT VERNON, Washington--PreViser Corporation, a leader in risk and disease analysis software that enhances treatment planning for patients affected by oral disease, has announced the release of a new corporate Web site and a major upgrade to its software.
PreViser's version 3.0 software is now both Windows- and Macintosh-compatible, and includes improved treatment recommendations, simpler networking setup, and the ability to translate the program into non-English languages by licensing partners.
PreViser CEO Carl Loeb said, "This major upgrade of our analytic software tools
incorporates changes driven by data and feedback collected from dentists using the technology in over 26 countries worldwide. The Japanese version released there in November 2006, is widely used. Localized versions for the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Israel are coming soon."
The new version adds a new report correlating a patient's current periodontal health status to American Academy of Periodontology guidelines for treatment planning.
PreViser also released a significantly enhanced corporate Web site that features user-friendly learning resources, including videos and sample reports generated by the software. Customers can view specific videos showing how to easily implement PreViser tools to save time, enhance their hygiene programs, improve patients' understanding of treatment plans, and increase patient satisfaction.
Loeb said, "We are very excited about our new Web site. It includes specific messaging for different clinical professionals within dentistry, plus new videos that simplify understanding of the effects of incorporating PreViser technology into the dental practice. We believe a dentist using our software can produce optimized clinical results, while achieving optimum productivity at the same time. Our new Web site significantly improves our ability to effectively
bring this message to clinicians."
PreViser analytic software gives dental clinicians an easy-to-use, objective, and reproducible way to measure and communicate patients' oral disease and risk as simple numeric scores.
Reports track changes over time, allowing clinicians to evaluate treatment effectiveness and outcomes. The free software generates reports on periodontal risk and disease, and risk of oral cancer, caries, tooth fracture, and root damage.
To learn more or download the software, visit PreViser.