Hatfield, PA (PressExposure) October 02, 2012 -- i-CAT Imaging Sciences is proud to host the educational and networking opportunity focusing on optimizing dental treatment using 3-D imaging; such as three-dimensional orthodontics, applications and benefits of using 3D imaging, 3D imaging for sleep apnea, TMJ and airway evaluation.
Participants will earn 16 Continuing Education Credits as they enjoy lectures by many interesting industry-leading speakers and experience the benefits of the i-CAT and i-CAT Precise first hand. Other event topics to include: where is the future of 3D dentistry going, technology integration and future 3D applications in 3D dentistry, the use of cone beam 3D imaging in the office, successful reimbursement strategies for billing 3D scans, tips and tricks for improving social media results, and more.
Imaging Sciences International was founded in 1992, with the initial goal of introducing high-quality tomographic imaging systems to the dental community at a reasonable cost. From its initial CommCAT Imaging System and four following generations, to its modern-day i-CAT® technology, the company that began in the Keystone State has evolved into a key player and global leader in the development and manufacture of advanced dental and maxillofacial radiography products.
Currently, Imaging Sciences' i-CAT® Cone Beam 3D scanner is adding a new dimension to the practice of dentistry. Throughout its history, the firm has been driven by a corporate philosophy and strategy that emphasizes technical excellence and a focus on customer education and service.
Imaging Sciences International provides dental professionals around the world with on-site, state-of-the-art imaging that extends the quality of care and provides more accurate and predictable treatment outcomes for dental procedures.
As part of our commitment to worldwide quality dental care, Imaging Sciences' products and manufacturing processes hold globally recognized ISO 9001:2000 and ISO 13485:2003 certifications, ensuring that all products meet or exceed internationally defined manufacturing and quality assurance standards, numerous other domestic and international quality certifications, including FDA's Part 820 of the Code of Federal Regulations (21 CFR Part 820), Canadian Medical Devices Regulations (CMDR), and the European Union Medical Device Directive (CE MDD 93/42/EEC).