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VisiQuick Features

VisiQuick helps you to acquire, view, compare and measure all your images (x-ray, intra oral, color, and documents), from digital x-ray systems, or scanners for classical x-rays.

VisiQuick is automatically activated from your patient administration program when you want to view images stored with the current patient. All patients' files can be opened from anywhere in a network.

VisiQuick contain several image enhancement functions as well as measurement tools to assist you in your daily work:
  • For projections' errors, you can use VisiQuick Endo-file measurements.
  • To easier locate cavities between teeth, use Digital subtraction.

If you work with X-ray, Intra- or Extra oral photos, or if you often send or receive photos to/from colleagues, VisiQuick is your choice.
Recommended System Requirements
  • Dual core CPU, 4GB memory, 1280x1024 resolution, 32bit color, DVI monitor cable.
  • Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10.
Supported administration programs
  • All management programs are linked.
Connectivity
  • VisiQuick integrates with the world's most popular digital sensors, imaging plate systems, digital panoramic devices, digital cameras, scanners, and video sources.
Import/Export
  • Import & export all image types you need in your clinic.

Image enhancement
  • Automatic contrast enhancement.
  • Image enhancement functions (gamma correction, linear and uniform correction, etc).
  • Negative.
  • Sharpness/Smoothing filter.
  • Interactive contrast.
  • Zoom.
  • Automatic rotation/mirror.
  • Photo comparisons with up to 4x4images on screen.

Image types
  • X-Ray and other images (intra oral, Panoramic, and Cephalographic).
  • Extra oral and intra oral photos.
  • Scanned documents.
  • 3D and video recordings.

Views
  • Comparing, zooming and measuring.
  • X-Ray teeth status.
  • Extra- and intra-oral color status.
  • Implant status.
  • Ortho/Ceph status.
  • Document overview and browse.
Measurements
  • Angle measurements.
  • Line distance measurements.
  • Implant angle measurement.
  • Endo-file length and corrected-length.
  • Texts for annotations.
  • Arrows for indications.
  • Color for highlighting.
  • Bone resorption/regeneration graphics.
Archiving
  • Uncompressed or compressed saving of photos to disk.
  • Compressed is approx. 25,000 X-Ray photos in 1GB disk space.
  • Compression using JPEG.
  • Compression using ZIP loss-less format.
  • Unlimited number of patients.
Printout
  • Printout in color or black and white on normal paper or CD
  • 1 to 4 photos per page, with patient notes, photo notes and measurement data.