Dentally Vision allows you to acquire, manage and access images and x-rays completely in the cloud.
At Dentally we enable practitioners to work seamlessly with all the information they need at their fingertips, enhancing the patient experience.
Seeing all the images in one place saves you time, letting you focus on patient care. You can understand the history of the patient, capture updated images and build a treatment plan with ease. This supports patient education and treatment adoption.
Streamline your clinical work today
Dentally Vision supports intraoral and extraoral X-ray images, 3D cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) volumes, CAD/CAM scans, photographic images, and many other image types.
Software upgrades and backups are automated so you have all your imaging at your fingertips whenever and wherever you need.
Seamless clinical workflow
Save time with your diagnostic images fully integrated in Dentally, so that you can focus your time on patient care and increasing treatment acceptance. We ensure that you have a clear picture of the oral health of your patient so you can quickly determine when the last images were taken and whether you need to update. A simple shading indicator shows you the age of images, and you can click to view a pop-up or visit the gallery to filter the images you need.
High quality 2D and 3D images in the cloud
You can trust Dentally to ensure that you have all your high quality and full-size images easily accessible from anywhere. They are simple to acquire, allowing you to update, view, and adjust the images all within Dentally. You can annotate or highlight images for reference, and images can also be easily filtered.
Improved clinical collaboration
Enable practitioners to consult with their colleagues or a specialist in any location to make the best decisions for your patients. Whether you need to login remotely or from a different practice site, you can be sure to view the most up to date images for your patient.
Improved treatment plan adoption
The images can be easily added as you create a treatment plan, and can be shown to the patient to show areas of concern or progress of a treatment. Practitioners can more easily use the images to help educate the patient, explain the issue and why it needs to be treated. This supports the conversation, and encourages treatment plan adoption.