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Reality Based Digital Treatment Planning - Part 1

Description:
XCPT allows doctors and their staff to show the process of tooth whitening, CT grafting, crown lengthening, ortho movement and closing black triangles with a few simple tools. All this is accomplished on the patient's own images.

Date Added:
11/28/2008

Author(s):

Steven J. Feldman, DDS Steven J. Feldman, DDS
Dr. Feldman received his dental degree from Marquette University and graduated from the Post Graduate Periodontology Program at Tufts University

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Questions & Comments
Ivan Hadiutomo - (3/18/2012 9:44 AM)

hi, sorry, out of my curiosity, what software do you use?

Eddie Salama - (11/14/2009 5:32 PM)

This is a very useful patient management and treatment planning software named Xcpt. You can get information on it at XCPT.com

Grinspon Diego - (11/14/2009 10:55 AM)

It seems science fiction !!! What software does he uses ? Where can i get it ?

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