Futudent, a manufacturer of dental camera technology has developed a new and more efficient way for dental professionals to capture imaging and documentation with every patient.
Futudent and Metropolia University of Applied Sciences are developing new concepts of operation with the help of the Futudent imaging system. Futudent will deepen its co-operation with Metropolia through a co-operation agreement signed on January 16, 2019. The aim of the collaboration is to develop and test new operating methods of the Futudent imaging system in teaching, guidance and customer work, and to develop the service concepts of continuing education and distance learning using Futudent.
Press release March 29th, 2018
Helsinki, Finland - March 29, 2018 — On March 29th, Futudent will triple it’s product portfolio by introducing two new cameras: the microCam and proCam. These newest innovations represent Futudent’s continued commitment to bringing the benefits of video to every dental professional. Video helps dental care providers explain and document more easily than ever before. This in turn helps patients replace fear with understanding and informs better decision-making for their treatment.
We are pleased to launch new 25mm Ultra HD lens and ball joint attachment for your Futudent EduCam dental video camera!
The new lens is smaller, lighter and provides ultra HD resolution which makes better quality of videos and images with increased comfort and ergonomics. Meanwhile, the new ball joint attachment gives you a sturdier positioning for light mount option.
Dental video just went mobile with the new Futudent Recording App for Android. Futudent is pleased to release the new app which makes tether-free filming possible for all EduCam users, old and new. The new app finally make it easy to film your work wherever you want from your own point of view, without needing to be connected to the computer.
Dr. Rusanen shared his video about impression for night guard / occlusal appliance. He used impression material alginate and index yellow wax. The procedure was recorded using Futudent EduCam, FutuLight, 25mm lens and Futudent recording software.
The FutuLight gives an automatic color balance and 25mm lens captures closely all the activities without any hassle to stop during the procedures.
Record and capture your activities with Futudent EduCam, a 720/1080 px with 30 fps HD video dental camera without any hassle to stop during the procedure session. With the zooming capability from 5 til 10x digital zooming, you can have detailed image for the videos and still photos (in jpeg version) on the same time.
Recently I have been using the Futudent EduCam for taking full arch pictures for treatment planning and documentation. I use the camera mounted on my loupes. I have noticed that this is a big benefit for me, because when something unexpected happens during the procedure it is immediately ready to use. Just by pressing the foot pedal I immediately take pictures of exactly what I see through my loupes. The pictures are directly stored on the computer from which I can copy directly to the patient files. If I compare this to the use of a hand held camera there are some advantages using Futudent: now I do not have to take off my gloves and stop the procedure in order to take the picture and then afterwards transfer the picture from the SD card to the computer. Additionally the digital camera is often not close by and I am usually too busy to set up the camera to take the pictures I need.
The documentation routines of daily dentistry should be simple, clear and flexible: the details of patient specific findings and operations should be easily at hand any time. But is this the reality of an average dental practice of today?