Don't you think that would comprimise the realism of the image of a slide?gallivant said:I'd expand the image part of the x-ray out to much closer to the edge of the square it's on; it'll scale better that way.
I agree... and I think people would still recognize it as slides as long as you leave some of the border.gallivant said:I'd expand the image part of the x-ray out to much closer to the edge of the square it's on; it'll scale better that way.
Most dentists are good, upstanding people, just like any other doctor. If you had a bad experience, you should file a complaint with the medical board and talk to another Dentist. But don't assume all Dentists are crap because of one.cubist said:Could you make the smaller res images just show the black area, or not shrink it as aggressively? Or else just keep the tooth part and forget the slide frame.
Does the application have anything to do with X-rays?
The last time I went to a dentist, they wanted my whole family to get root planing at a cost of over $2,000. When I asked for a less expensive alternative, they never called me back. I realize the professional associations are after them to extract as much money from each patient as possible; the same attitude is destroying the veterinary profession.
So, if you are making a package to sell to a dentist, make sure you extract as much money from them as possible. Show no mercy.