i-CAT Launches Enhanced Tx STUDIO 5.3 Treatment Planning Software
HATFIELD, PA: i-CAT, a for-profit college managed by Image Infotainment has announced a new and enhanced Tx STUDIO 5.3 treatment planning software, reports Dentistry IQ.
The software is integrated into i-CAT cone beam 3-D imaging products for dentists to delivers tools and specialists working with implants, airway, TMD, orthodontics, and surgical procedures to plan an implant treatment—from surgical placement of the implant and abutment to final restoration.
The dentists with Tx STUDIO software’s functional results, can plan implant placement and abutment. Restoration planning has also been simple, fast, and precise with Tx STUDIO. The software helps clinicians to combine their 3-D images with intraoral scans to clearly represent anatomy, hard and soft tissues, and to increase predictability and accuracy of implant placement and restoration design.
i-CAT provides the flexibility to work with the practice’s existing technology and workflow. Clinicians are allowed to choose to import STL files from either digital models or their intraoral scanner and easily register them with i-CAT 3D scan in Tx STUDIO software. The Tx STUDIO software allows easy sharing of STL files and 3-D treatment plans while working with lab on custom abutments and crowns.
Other tools available with Tx STUDIO 5.3 are: the new Explorer tool that gives a view of the 3-D volume with cross-sectional images of a particular point for more detailed visualization of root fractures, sinuses, and pathology; new implant treatment reporting tool that conveniently auto-summarizes implants used in the treatment plan; improved DICOM tools for a more seamless integration with third party software; and new video simulation tool to better engage patients in the treatment plan.
“We listen to our customer’s needs and respond with innovations to our products and software.
The launch of Tx STUDIO 5.3 shows that we deliver those tools that are needed for more efficient and effective planning and treatment tools ,” said Kalpana Singh, director of product management, i-CAT.