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Futudent dental camera set-up tutorials - Parts 1-6

Jun 28, 2016 10:00:00 AM / by Innocent Okeke

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Having received requests from our community for putting together a set of video tutorials, our set-up series is live and free to watch.

Part 1: Installing your software and cables     

In the first part of the series we look at how to install the Futudent software and cables.

Part 2: Attaching the camera 

In the second part of our tutorial series, we’re looking at how to attach the Futudent dental camera. When placing your Futudent dental camera order, we ask for the brand of loupes and light you are using in order to send you a compatible mounting attachment. Our camera package also contains a universal mounting clip that fits on most frame models. If you’re using a customized frame or are unsure of the compatibility, our customer service is happy to help you.   

Part 3: Calibrating the camera   

In the third part of our tutorial series, where we’re looking at how to calibrate your new Futudent dental camera to record the highest image quality possible. At this stage your camera cables should be set up and the Futudent software installed – to recap, please visit our online library for the two previous parts in the series.

Part 4: Making a video  

Recording with Futudent is extremely easy, and our technology allows you to work smoothly as usual, without interruptions.

Part 5: Your cloud account: sharing and storing online

Once you’ve recorded a video or taken snapshots, you may want to save the recordings or share them with the patient – we’ll show you how to do this is the fifth part of our video tutorial series. Our secure cloud environment is an efficient way to organize the recordings for future reviewing, and you can also link the videos to your patient’s existing digital files in your practice management software.

Part 6: Creating a case 

In the sixth and final part of our video tutorials, we show you how to create a case file on Futudent software, and how to share it with your dental colleagues. A case may contain text, videos, images, or other additional files such as x-rays. Cases, together with the Futudent discussion threads, are a safe and efficient way to discuss professionally with your colleagues. Collaborating online with dental technicians, specialists and even insurance companies saves you time and allows you to focus on what you do best – treating patients.

 

After watching the complete series of set-up tutorials you’re all set up and ready to make the most out of modern video dentistry. We do hope you enjoyed our tutorials and found them useful. If you have an idea for a future tutorial, please let us know – we’re here to help you.

 

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Innocent Okeke

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