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This is a Lite version of the Dental Patient Education app, developed in collaboration with Dr Brian Davey DDS.<br>NEW - all animations now have voice-over narrations.<br><br>The Lite version contains all of the anatomical reference tool functionality. Providing 360 degree views of the lower jaw, allowing users to peel down layers to reveal muscles, blood vessels, facial nerves and skeletal structures. Users can also view each type of tooth individually -- with cross sections and superior and inferior views. Additionally, each pinned structure includes detailed descriptions and audio pronunciations. This section also contains media highlighting muscle movement and joint functions. <br><br>The Lite version also contains 12 sample animations, the first one under each section heading.<br><br>===== The Full version contains almost 200 animations ===== <br><br>These animations include:<br><br>Diagnostic (8)<br>Prevention (9)<br>Conditions (43) <br> - 20 Prosthodontic<br> - 2 Endodontic<br> - 9 Orthodontic<br> - 5 Periodontic<br> - 7 Oral Surgery<br>Treatments (137) <br> - 84 Prosthodontic<br> - 6 Endodontic<br> - 25 Orthodontic<br> - 18 Periodontic<br> - 4 Oral Surgery<br><br>To see some additional sample animations you can visit the website via the "Dental Patient Education Support" link. <br><br>All of the other functionality is contained in this Lite version, including the ability to draw on any screen and then share that annotated screen via email.
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I read the description and reviews first. Since it is free, geared towards educating patients about teeth, I am satisfied that it does just that. Maybe I will subscribe to the complete anatomy because I want to understand the structure and movement of our bodies. For teeth, Lite does it just right for me.
Very helpful app for my but expensive. I hope you make a price drop in these days . Thanks to the developers.
I am a dentist, and have access to patient education media that I have paid thousands of dollars for.. I wanted something quick and easy....but this isn't it. The lite version is way too lite.. A better approach would have been to have use of the full version for a limited time. As it is the teaser is not enough to draw me in..it just annoyed me in its lack of features and I will momentarily delete the app
It is essentially a free Dental anatomy app with some lovely animations as a teaser and the animations certainly look good. I can use this app as it is, all of the functionality apart from the animations is present. I can draw on a tooth and/or highlight an area of the jaw for a patient and then I can also email to them. I would say they got it wrong giving it away for free but now I'll probably end up buying the full version! Nice job.
Developed by 3D4Medical.com, LLC.
Dental Patient Education Lite is ranking in Medical & Education
Last update was at Sep 28, 2017and the current version is 1.9.7.
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Dental Patient Education Lite have a 7a user reviews.
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