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How to Import Photographs into BiteFX

Posted by Stuart Harman on Wed, Oct 23, 2013 @ 13:10 PM

From the desk of Stu Harman, our support and coaching expert. In this article Stu explains how to import your own photographs into BiteFX.
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How to Duplicate, Export and Import Sequences in BiteFX

Posted by Stuart Harman on Wed, Aug 14, 2013 @ 17:08 PM

From the desk of Stu Harman, our support and coaching expert. In this article Stu explains how to use the duplicate, export and import sequence handling functions in BiteFX to expedite creation of new sequences and facilitate sequence sharing between BiteFX computers, as well as with dental professional colleagues.

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How to Create A Custom Sequence in BiteFX

Posted by Stuart Harman on Tue, Jun 11, 2013 @ 12:06 PM

How to Create a Custom Sequence

From the desk of Stu Harman, our support and coaching expert. In this article Stu explains how to create your own sequence of animations and images to produce personalized consultation presentations.

BiteFX provides seven animation groups in the Animation panel that are named according to occlusal topics; they are Open-Close, Guidance and Contacts, Effects of Bruxing, Interference and TMJ Effects, Effects on Molars, Treatments, and Neutral Zone. Each of the animation groups include a select number of animations related to that topic, comprising more than 70 animations in total at present. BiteFX also includes over 100 occlusally related clinical photographs and images in the Picture panel that can be used to show real world clinical examples of malocclusion and treatments.

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Treatment Plan: Adding Session Notes to Imported Pictures

Posted by Stuart Harman on Thu, Mar 21, 2013 @ 16:03 PM

From the desk of Stu Harman, our support and coaching expert. In this article Stu explains how you can import your own photos and enter notes that will be printed alongside those photos when session reports are created.

 

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What to Do When You Forget to Record a Session

Posted by Doug Brown on Wed, Feb 27, 2013 @ 17:02 PM

From the desk of Stu Harman, our support and coaching expert. In this article Stu explains how you can still produce a session report for your patient even if you forget to switch on the session recording button.  
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