10DR Implant is a virtual 3D implant system based on standard CT images (DICOM). In the past, 3D image simulation used to be a luxury that required expensive software and a high-end workstation. 10DR Implant now realizes 3D simulation and many other functions in the general desktop environment - something local dental clinics can easily benefit from.

Plan a surgery virtually
10DR Implant yields highly visual and anatomical information that far outstrips what CT films could offer. Using 10DR Implant, you can set up an implant plan more precisely and minimize risks by simulating various implant options effectively with 2D and 3D images and detecting problems you would otherwise face in actual surgery.
Communicate better with your patients
It is not surprising that many patients become extremely wary of an implant surgery they are about to go through. You can significantly ease their concern by giving them a visualized account of implant surgery through 10DR Implant. 10DR Implant, the facilitator for better communications between you and your patient, helps patient and doctor alike feel more confident about implants.
Deepen your implant experience
You would be hard pressed to find a better implant education tool than 10DR implant. Simulating implant surgeries, you can apply additional functions such as Measurement, Annotation and Description to each image. Based on these implant simulations, you can create study files, which can serve as references for self-study as well as vehicles for information sharing among dentists. Furthermore, 10DR Implant can facilitate your preparation for presentations or publication through image-exporting (Export Image) and report-generating (Report) functions. Deepen your understanding and experience about implants through 10DR Implant-enabled simulations.
10DR Implant System Requirements
  Required Recommended
CPU Pentium II 300Mhz Pentium III 600Mhz or above
Memory 128MB 256MB
HDD 4 GB 16 GB
OS Windows 98 Windows 98, Me, NT 4.0 or 2000
Graphic board True color 1024*768 True color 1024*768 OpenGL accelerated graphic board
Others   CD-ROM drive or Zip drive (SCSI)