Welcome to the ImageWorks Veterinary Education Section
ImageWorks is pleased to present viewers with our Veterinary Education page. This page allows us to bring you current and relevant information about our products, their usage and some of the top-notch veterinarians that utilize our products. We hope that you will find these pages helpful.
EVA Vet Tutorials
|Extraoral And Near Parallel Feline Technique|
|Standard Canine Dental Radiography|
|Standard Feline Dental Radiography|
|ToothChart Usage And Sensor Positioning|
ViewAll Vet Tutorials
|ImageWorks' Proprietary Veterinary Dental Suite ViewAll is designed to meet the needs of all veterinary professionals. The following ViewAll video tutorials are designed to help you quickly understand the functions of the software.|
|ViewAll Understanding the Acquire Tab|
|ViewAll Understanding the Diagnosis View Tab|
|ViewAll Understanding the Patient Tab|
|ViewAll Understanding the Right Click|
|ViewAll Understanding the Study View Tab Screen|
|ViewAll Understanding the Configuration Tool|
In The Jungle...
Maybe not the wild jungle, but see the ImageWorks Image Vet in use for a routine checkup at a safari-themed Family Entertainment Park. Routine checkups are important for dogs and cats, as well as lions for the prevention of dental issues. ImageWorks digital dental equipment is ideal for preventative screening.
Featured Veterinary Centers
There are a number of specialty veterinary clinics, hospitals and training centers across the country. ImageWorks is thrilled to present some that we think deserve special recognition.
|The Animal Dental Training Center|
The Animal Dental Center (ADTC) provides specialty pet dental care using the latest techniques in veterinary dentistry and oral surgery. Opening in 2000, the center's primary goal is to benefit your pet's well being and improve their general health. The Animal Dental Training Center, has fulfilled one of Dr. Ira R. Luskin's professional missions, to create a permanent learning environment to foster dental education for veterinarians and technicians. This is one of the premier Veterinary Dental training facilities in the world.
EVA Vet digital dental radiology equipment produces high resolution, diagnostic quality images. Superior equipment is a critical part of obtaining the best possible images, but proper sensor placement is also an important factor.
As a best practice, the EVA Vet cord should always point rostral (toward the nose of the patient) for optimal placement of the image into ProImage software. Correct sensor placement is key to taking good X-rays and is often over looked.