Imaging Sciences International has added personeel to three key departments to support the worldwide demand for its i-CAT 3-D Cone Beam dental imaging system.

Imaging Sciences has named 12-year company veteran Liz Qualtier to the newly-created position of Director of Education and Training. Qualtier will lead internal and external i-CAT training initiatives and will oversee the integration of Sullivan-Schein representatives into the i-CAT installation and training procedures.

Jim Norton has been named the Director of Field Engineering and Customer Support. Norton will oversee the technical support department and will lead technical support specialists in addressing all customer inquiries.

The national sales force has also expanded to manage and respond to the increasing interest in the i-CAT’s Cone Beam technology. Ron Dicara has been named Director of Sales, Eastern Region, and Joe Harms has been named the Director of Sales, Western Region. Dicara and Harms will oversee, train, and support the Sullivan-Schein sales representatives and expand i-CAT representation throughout the country.

The i CAT Cone Beam 3-D Imaging  system produces thorough 3D views of oral and maxillofacial structures. Patients remain seated in an open environment scan, which increases patient comfort and captures the natural orientation of the anatomy. The data is transferred to a computer in a matter of minutes, and displayed on an intuitive 3D mapping tool that allows orthodontists  and technicians to easily format and select desired “slices” for immediate viewing.

[Imaging Sciences, December 1, 2006]