Image-processing software helpful in evaluating digital X-rays

Aug. 1, 2000
New Lucis™ image-processing software, now available on a single easy-to-use disk for PCs, has the potential to dramatically improve dentists` ability to evaluate digital X-rays and accurately diagnose gum, tooth, and jawbone problems. Lucis™ enhances the detail of digital X-rays on computer monitors, making these images the same or better than original film images.

New Lucis™ image-processing software, now available on a single easy-to-use disk for PCs, has the potential to dramatically improve dentists` ability to evaluate digital X-rays and accurately diagnose gum, tooth, and jawbone problems. Lucis™ enhances the detail of digital X-rays on computer monitors, making these images the same or better than original film images.

For a free online tour of the illuminating world of Lucis™ image-processing software, visit www.imagecontent.com. Lucis™ is available from authorized resellers. For more information, contact Image Content Technology, 185 Main Street, New Britain, CT 06051; call (860) 229-4122 or fax (860) 229-8164.

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