Planmeca rolling out Cloud service product at Greater New York Dental Meeting

Planmeca introduces its Planmeca Romexis Cloud Service product at this year’s Greater New York Dental Meeting.

Dec 2nd, 2014
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Planmeca introduces Planmeca Romexis Cloud Service product that allows dentists to store, access and share diagnostic images from any imaging unit

Planmeca is rolling out its Planmeca Romexis Cloud Service product at this year’s Greater New York Dental Meeting, (Booth #4028).

Planmeca Romexis Cloud Service works with Planmeca Romexis software so that dentists can store, access and share diagnostic images from any imaging unit. This information is then accessible on any computer platform, including mobile, Mac and Windows-based operating systems. It also provides access to specialists from remote general practitioners, giving rural dentists the same referral base as any dentist in a large metropolitan area.

“Dentistry is moving towards a complete digital framework and new imaging units on the market now require software to run,” said Bob Pienkowski, president of Planmeca.

Pienkowski said today’s dentist practices in a more complex setting—group practices are increasingly common and dental cases are more complex, requiring dentists to use and understand technology. With the emergence of CAD/CAM technology, some dentists are moving to an all-in-one approach to treating patients, bypassing the dental laboratory for some fillings and crowns.

Other features of the Planmeca Romexis Cloud Service include:

· All treatment plan elements are automatically added, including annotations and measurements

· Virtual patient cases include 2D X-ray image and photos, CBCT volumes and 3D photos

· Images and reports are easily shared with patients

“Even for dentists who have not embraced technology to this extent, progress is forcing many to seek out software that can run all their imaging and integrate with their office hardware and software,” Pienkowski said. Dentists using Planmeca Romexis Cloud service can transfer images directly to a dental lab without additional software.

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