Build 0.1.5774 | February 24th, 2021
This week’s Sensei Cloud updates continue to expand core application functionality and deliver on recent customer requests.
In response to customer feedback, this week’s release includes two new charting enhancements [Patient Tab > Clinical > Hard Tissue Chart]. You can now designate a tooth as ‘partially erupted’, and you can diagnose (Current Mode) or plan (Planning Mode) a partial denture against a single tooth.
To designate a tooth as partially erupted, you must first be in ‘Current’ charting mode. Click on the associated tooth number and then select the ‘Partially Erupted’ charting option. This charts the finding and creates an associated clinical event note in the patient’s history. NOTE: This does not update the visual state of the tooth in the odontogram. HINT: If the tooth is not currently present (visible) in the chart, first mark the tooth as present [Click Tooth Number > Click ‘Tooth Present’], and then chart as partially erupted.
To chart an existing single-tooth partial denture or to plan one, simply select the associated tooth number, select the ‘Partial Denture’ option, and then select the material (Current Mode) or procedure (Planning Mode). This charts the partial denture and creates the clinical event note in the patient’s history. NOTE: The procedure for charting partial dentures involving multiple teeth is similar and was previously documented in the Release Notes from March 9th, 2020 (release 4648).
We hope these new charting capabilities improve your clinical documentation workflows. Please send us your feedback on what works well and what additional charting enhancements are needed.
The following fixes and optimizations have been added to Sensei Cloud this week.