On average, it takes at least 30 minutes for a specialist in oral and maxillofacial radiology to analyze a CBCT.
At the same time the radiological report generated by Diagnocat provides a quick screening (5-7 minutes) for common dental pathologies. Artificial intelligence helps the dentist analyze all types of images and highlights problem teeth in red
The main goal of diagnostics is not only to make a treatment plan, but also to obtain the patient’s consent to it. Often, patients do not understand complex medical terms. They might forget the information about the diagnosis and treatment recommendations after the visit. As a result, they seek another specialist and select a simpler or cheaper treatment
Diagnocat makes a report that helps explain the diagnosis and treatment plan to the patient in a simple way. A clear graphic summary of the results increases the chance that the patient will start treatment in your clinic
Patented automatic renderings and CBCT panoramic
● Automatic creation of a high-quality reformatted panoramic view from a CBCT volume
● Color-coded dental formula – healthy, diseased and previously treated teeth
● The list of possible findings includes periapical lesion, periodontal bone loss, signs of caries decay, missing tooth, impaction, defects of previous endo treatment
● Automatic creation of typical cross sections for each tooth in 3 projections
● Focused multiplanar viewers for each tooth
● Referral recommendations
● Generation of a report for medical record or communication with your patient
● Graphical and volumetric visualization of periapical lesion with an accuracy of 92.8%
● Manual choice of doctor`s report content
● Sign of bone lesion and maxillary sinus pathologies indication
The AI analyzes any number of intraoral X-rays, from a single image to a 24-image full-mouth series, automatically mounts the images in a template, and generates a radiological report with diagnostic findings for each tooth.
The algorithm generates a report with AI findings based on the loaded panoramic image
When analyzing CBCT, the dentist decides to take a closer look at an individual tooth. A maximum amount of tooth cross sections are available under button `All slices` Then, an extended tooth card appears with possible suggestions of the detected pathologies, including their probabilities. You can choose exact cross sections for your final report
To get more information about a tooth, there are two useful functions:
– Classical multiplanar view (MPR), where the field of view is limited to a single tooth volume. Diagnocat allows moving the axes interactively for a more detailed analysis and production of customized sectional views that can be added to the automatically-generated sections.
– View of previously constructed tooth sections. Diagnocat generates a typical series of sectional images in the main projections, which cannot be adjusted. The algorithm also highlights areas of probable pathologies in red, to focus the dentist’s attention during the analysis.
After the doctor looks through Diagnocat’s suggestions, he/she can accept or reject them, add comments, and supplement the report with additional photos or images. Changes are automatically saved in the tooth card.
Then, the dentist provides the patient with the diagnostic results. Diagnocat generates a multi-page report that describes and vizualizes the complete state of the patient’s dentition and jaws. It contains a dental formula and a description of each tooth generates a PDF report. All pathologies are highlighted in red. It is convenient to focus on this when talking to the patient.
The report perfectly complements the treatment plan. The patient now has a clear association between his condition and the required treatment. For improved understanding, a simplified one-page report can be generated for the patient with a reformatted panoramic view and his tooth chart, where teeth in need of treatment are highlighted in red
Periapical lesions, periodontal bone loss, caries decay, missing teeth, impacted teeth, and endodontic treatment failures.
Consequences of injuries to the bone, roots or crowns, dental abnormalities other than impacted teeth, and signs of cancer and neoplasms. However, Diagnocat can detect signs of bone lesion and maxillary sinus pathology
It depends on the type of findings. For periapical lesion the detection quality exceeds 90%