Functions of VSI Holomedicine:
- Automatic upload of OPG/PTI, CBCT, CT and STL scans to the HoloLens headset
- Free spatial positioning of the uploaded dental scans and files
- 3D observation of the CBCT, CT and STL scans in the mixed reality world
- Separate visualization of bone structure in 3D
- Possibility of layering the STL and dental CT scans with patient’s anatomy
- Recording of photos and videos, as well as use of the dictation function
- 3D telemedicine function for optimal exchange with colleagues in real time
- Future-proof thanks to regular updates and upgrades
VSI Holomedicine is highly committed to supporting and improving the digital dentists working routine. To do so, we are in constant contact with our customers. Hence, VSI Holomedicine is created from doctors for doctors.
Take action and define the future of dentistry.
Since we are always evolving, we love new input from enthusiastic dental experts and created the Holomedicine Expert Group. Indeed, it consists of medical professionals from all over the world, working in different specialities, who can consult each other through VSI, for example to discuss a case, get an assessment or simply share their experience. Maybe even more importantly, the members have the possibility to further develop VSI Holomedicine platform for their medical field (e.g. dentistry) in cooperation with us. So, let’s define the future of medical technology and drive innovation in digital dentistry!
You’d love to see your dental scans as holograms? Do so with VSI Holomedicine for dentists!
Using a computer to access our VSI Platform, orthopantomograms (OPGs) and panoramic tomographic images (PTIs) are easily loaded into VSI for viewing. For an organized and structured access one can easily create folders, to drop the OPG/PTI files. While wearing HoloLens and using VSI, the dentist will be able to quickly find the desired dental scan and position it within its field of vision as required – viewing it from all angles.
3D STL model data records – produced in advance with a 3D scanner – can be loaded into VSI with just a couple of clicks. VSI and the mixed-reality headset make it possible to display the STL files as a compiled image of the jaw in its true three-dimensional form. The representation can be rotated, relocated, reduced and expanded.
Computer tomography (CT) images and dental cone beam CT (CBCT) scans constitute of multi-layer scans that can also be displayed in the true three-dimensional form in the VSI Holomedicine application. The dentist can slide through each of the layers, observe all structures from every angle, and inspect bone density prior to inserting implants.
The key highlight is the placement of 3D STL, DVT or CT scans onto the patient. The scans can be manually combined with the jaw, allowing the surgeon to identify where each implant needs to be inserted.
Interacting and planning with realistic, 3D volumetric holograms is truly inspiring. In case you got curious, check out our doctor’s stories: there the Expert Group Member Dr. Dirk Neefs is explaining how he uses VSI Holomedicine for dentists on a daily basis. Either way, don’t hesitate to reach out to us – this way we can best discuss your questions and needs and find out how the VSI application best fits your demands.