Dental Imaging Technology

DentQ offers the most advances software and hardware technologies, to ensure best treatment,
high accuracy, ease-of-use, and time and cost saving to dentists and patients.

Dental PACS

First ever dedicated solution
for viewing and editing
Dental CT scans online,
anytime, anywhere!

AI Reports

Automatic AI analysis and reports
combined with human validation
for root canal marking, damages identification,
implant studies
and endodontic report


High-End 3D Scanners
with 80% radiation dose reduction
and only 2-3 minutes per scan


Online booking
Digital Medical Records
Data Storage in a Secured Cloud
Dentist and Patient status alerts
Satisfaction Surveys

Below you can find more details about our state-of-the-art dental imaging technologies,
As well as information about conversion formats and outputs that we use.

Dental PACS

PACS is a medical imaging technology used primarily in healthcare organizations to securely store and digitally transmit electronic images and clinically-relevant reports. Due to the outstanding convenience and usability of PACS technology (commonly used for sharing Medical Imaging results), it was only natural that DentQ devised and integrated the first ever Dental PACS solution (demonstrated in the video below) to the benefit of thousands of dentists that work with us in 6 countries and 2 continents.After all, being the biggest network of Dental Imaging Centers in the world comes with some responsibilities. Including the responsibility to break technological barriers of dental imaging.

DentQ | Dental PACS

We upload PACS scans to DentQ’s secured cloud, mark the nerve canal, and send dentist a link via e-mail or SMS. By clicking on the link, and using our unique PACS viewer, dentists can view, edit, measure and manipulate 3D CBCT scans online: anytime, anywhere, on any device, and without the need to download and install any software.

AI Reports

DentQ collaborates with Diagnocat, to provide a breakthrough in Dental Radiology reports. Each such report is initially created by DiagnoCat’s powerful Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology that analyses a CBCT scan or an OPG image in seconds, and creates a colorful report with useful pictures and detailed information, suggestions and insights. The AI report is then edited by our experienced processing team that edits it and confirm its findings. Dental radiologists from our team add their inputs to the report, when radiologists’ signature is required. This way, dentists can enjoy the best of both worlds – human and AI inspection.

We provide 3 types of AI reports:

Radiology Report

• Panoramic reformat
• Color-coded teeth status – healthy, unhealthy, treated
• Extended set of sections
• Description of every single teeth (pathology and condition)

Implant Study

• Selected area of interest on the dental formula
• Sections and measurements in the implantation area
• Panoramic view with illuminated jaw canal and sinuses

Endo Study

• Selected area of interest on the dental formula
• Sections: axial, cross-channel, periapical lesions, furcations
• Anatomy of root canal systems.
• Endodontic pathology

Dentists can receive these reports in PDF format via e-mail, and/or a link to a secured cloud, were they can view and download it, as well as edit it in an interactive format and save and download updated copies they created.

CBCT Scanners

CBCT (Cone-beam Computed Tomography) systems are dedicated dental scanners that rotate around the patient’s head, and use a cone-shaped X-ray beam to capture three-dimensional CT scans and two-dimensional panoramic and CEPH images. CBCT scanners are used to scan teeth and maxillofacial regions (mouth, jaw and neck), as well as ears, nose and throat.

DentQ uses the most advanced CBCT scanners in the market that omit 80% less radiation when compared to full body CT scanners, and complete scans in 3 minutes or less, while the patient is conveniently sitting or standing.


DentQ’s processing team converts raw Dicom (3D) files into various formats, according to dentist specifications. We also provide dedicated viewers and planning tools compatible with these formats. Here are some common format conversions that we offer:


• Raw 3D file of dental CT
• Use with various dental and surgical planning software, flexible
• Raw high-resolution file

Dental PACS

• Cloud viewer for Dental CT scans
• View and diagnose (3D) CT files online
• Anywhere, any format
• Nerve highlighting


• Advanced viewer & editor
• View, measure, plan procedures and more
• Comprehensive
• Review treatment plans with patients

iCat Vision

• Dental viewer & editor
• View, plan, measure and manipulate CBCT scans
• Easy to use
• Review treatment plans with patients


• Clinical images viewer
• View and edit 2D images and 3D scans
• Comprehensive
• Mac/OS/windows compatible


• Implant placement planner
• Plan dental surgical treatment
• Virtually place dental implants


• Plan implant placement
• Combine with iDENT surgical guides
• Simple, accurate


• Surgical templates editor for MIS implants
• 3D printed surgical templates based on Intra-oral & CT Scans
• Precise surgery plans


• Editor for dental drill guides
• Design personalized dental drill guides
• Guided pilot drilling, fully-guided implant insertion


In a digital world, the most convenient and fast way to store and share patients’ files (Dicom, Jpeg, PDF, etc.) are in the cloud. We therefore keep patients files in DentQ’s secured cloud, and send links of new files to the dentists via email and SMS messages, free of charge. In some cases, we still use CDs and PhotoPaper, that patients and dentist can pay for. Here are some of the output options we provide:


• Access PDF Files
• Online or via e-mail
• Present ready-made images and reports

Interactive AI Reports

• Radiological reports made by AI + human
• Access it online and edit it
• Change slices, measure, plan and add notes
• Save as PDF & download


• Real size printed scans of sectionals
• Review present and discuss ready-made sectional images
• Store hard copy for patients’ files


• Format files and viewer
• stored on CD
• Desktop usage
• Backup
• Handover to patients