The method we use to collect, store, and share dental records of our patients is rapidly becoming digital. Many programs have been designed to run on a single computer or local network to handle various tasks, including cephalometric analysis and orthodontic treatment planning. Selecting a system can be complex, requiring consideration of capital investment costs and subscription or update fees, as well as the ease (or difficulty) of installing the system and learning to use it. cephX (cephX, Inc, Las Vegas, Nev) is an Internet-based digital data storage and retrieval service for cephalometric analyses, photographic storage, and online data sharing. Users pay for services as they are used, eliminating the need to buy new hardware or software. © 2007 American Association of Orthodontists.
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