Elevating Dental Education: Revolutionizing Dentistry through
eHuman Digital Anatomy
Head & Neck Anatomy
Includes new Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality Mode, Redesigned User Interface & User Experience, Real-Time Custom Model Annotations, and 3D Interactive Brain Stem
State-of-the-art digital program integrating 3D resources, color images, and evidence based referencing on treating edentulous patients with complete dentures
3D Tooth Atlas
Includes new Virtual & Augmented Reality feature, Tooth Morphology, Human Dentition Synopsis, Interactive Dental Anatomy Course and Specialized Resources
Removable Partial Dentures
State-of-the art electronic program that includes 61 chapters, nearly 3,000 color images, over 50 videos, and over 150 animations
Our Valued Customers
The students who passed the National Board reported that the “Tooth Morphology” course which was based on the 3D Tooth Atlas and given by Dr. Charles Goodacre was extremely helpful for answering questions related to Tooth Morphology. This was reported by several students! As a matter of fact we have the largest number of undergraduate students passing part one while in the program compared with other schools in Saudi Arabia. As you know we are the only school using the 3D Tooth Atlas program.
Dr. Fahad Al-Harbi, Professor and Dean, College of Dentistry, Dammam, Saudi Arabia
I had used 3D Tooth Atlas on the desktop and found it to be a great reference. The iPad touch interface is even more natural and intuitive with ability to move and zoom using touch controls. It seems the perfect fit for a tooth anatomy (and much more) application! So impressed with this app.
Jonathan Brennan, MD, DMD, MPH, AT Still University
At the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine, I use the Tooth Atlas instead of a textbook to teach Dental Anatomy to first-year students. It’s an incredible resource and our National Boards scores have increased dramatically.
Timothy Matuszak, DMD, University of Pittsburgh
Since the students started using the eHuman Tooth Atlas, the tooth morphology identification test scores have significantly improved. I feel the use of the program has given the students an accurate method of viewing the morphology of a tooth and has resulted in these improved scores. Thank you for developing such a fine tool.
Sharri Crowe, RDH, BSDH, MS, Silver Lake College
I have used the Tooth Atlas to explain the furcations for the upper and lower molars. The Tooth Atlas is outstanding and has the best images which are labeled extensively. I also use the atlas to explain to my students that there are supplemental pulp canals. Because real teeth are used I can explain and show attrition on actual teeth in the atlas as well.
Cara Miyasaki, RDHEF, MS, Foothill College
The 3D Tooth Atlas has been a valuable teaching tool at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine for many years, and has been used in several different disciplines. It is a valuable, required resource for my courses.
Margrit Maggio, DMD, University of Pennsylvania
Designed for the classroom, office or on the go