OCaDIS (Oral Conditions and Disorders Information System) is a revolutionary tool designed to vastly improve access to reference material and diagnosis. Designed with a web based central access point which instantly provides up-to-date information to the user, the system will provide a speedy referencing system well suited for several niche markets.

In today's mobile market, OCaDIS will be well suited for tablet, PC and Apple Mac and iPad systems. OCaDIS is compliant ready offering universal access irrespective of client side operating systems or technology.

Developed with web standards in mind, OCaDIS will be light-weight but high-impact.

The program design and development is a multi-tiered system, promoting ease of access through ease of comprehension. The image oriented interface provides search capability for both location and tissue specifics. All the clinician will have to do is navigate a visual interface of the oral cavity and the system will feed back metrics and a differential diagnosis.

For student or clinician, hierarchical search trees will provide a visual reference. The system is also a repository of information accessible by keyword search. Geared for many types of users, the system is designed to be fast, efficient and robust.

Advanced search functions and multi-tiered navigation will make the system a favourite for many professional dental disciplines including general practice, for both DDS and RDH, the specialties, such as, endodontics, periodontics, orthodontics and oral pathology, and both university and college dental students.

A mobile-ready, standards-compliant system which will enable global, web concentric access to all accessing terminals. In addition, the system will be built from the ground up with the mobile applications "Gold Rush" in mind, making allowances for an architecture that is well suited for in-the-field or remote access.

OCaDIS provides didactic algorithmic structured conditions and locations. Clinicians select from available signs and symptoms, which the system then guides the user to a differential diagnosis.

Select a location from the intra and extraoral graphical interface. The system feeds back a differential diagnosis relevant to the selected location.

Some of the benefits are:

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