easyriterEasyRiter is now live!

This simple program was developed by Dr. Miles and Dr. Danforth, a pathologist, to help clinicians generate simple, precise descriptive reports for their records, their patients and their referrals.  Buy your copy of EasyRiter today!

 

IITV splash screenDr. Miles has launched Interactive Imaging TV. This social media TV station discusses the advantages, applications and products available to dentists and dental specialists…visit Interactive Imaging TV to learn more!

Patients Worried About Dental X-rays?  It’s One in a Million!

trualignupdatedTru-Align is a cost-effective, fast and incredibly accurate way to take all intraoral x-ray images -film, phosphor plates or sensor. It virtually eliminates cone cuts and most retakes. Tru-Align can be used to train your staff on how to take precise intraoral x-ray images – the first time, every time.

Learn more about Tru-Align and the Tru-Align Comparison to different x-ray machines.

OnDemand3D software generates 2D and3D volume images from Cone Beam data to produce images for almost all dental applications. With its POWERFUL, EASY software tools you can generate amazingly detailed images in no time. I know, I’ve used it on over 11,500 cases so far. My clients LOVE IT!

Cone Beam CT

Cone Beam CT (computed tomography) or Cone Beam VI (volumetric imaging) is impacting every discipline in dentistry.  Dr. Miles has interpreted over 11,500 cases to date.

Cone | Beam | Radiographic | Solutions

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 Color Atlas of Cone Beam Volumetric Imaging for Dental Applications

News Flash – Dr. Miles second edition of the best selling CBCT book is now available.  Visit the Quintessence web site to purchase a copy.

I have completed the Second Edition of “The Atlas of Cone Beam Imaging…”. There are new cases, a new chapter on “small FOV” anatomy, updates to the chapters on Implant Site Assessment and Airway Analysis as well as a separate chapter on Endodontics by my good friend and colleague, Dr. Thomas McClammy.