Reveal Diagnostics (our company name) & "Patient Scanning & Treatment Planning" is our tagline
We are a business in San Francisco that does 3D scans of the head/mouth and large x-rays (but mostly 3D) for dentists placing implant crowns. It's like a CAT scan of the head/mouth, only higher resolution. This is a cutting edge technology (look up Sirona Galileos to see it... the 3D image is amazing and might be part of the logo) in an emerging dental market. Most high end dentists use or want to use this type of technology, but it's price is prohitive. We offer scans without buying the entire scanning machine.
In addition, we offer classes on placing implants and other procedures and we coach dentists (and comfort patients) through all steps in the process. Our software allows dentists to virtually place implants to see if the screw (going into the skull or jaw) will hit a nerve, vein, or weak spot in the bone. This virtual placement is critical to avoid major complications (loss of taste, bone fracture) and a major advancement.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
General dentists, oral surgeons, endodontists (dentists who do root canals) and periodontists (dentists who do gum grafts and implants) are our clients, but our materials will also be distributed to patients getting implants or root canals (hopefully not you!).
These are the most advanced/elite dentists, as a high degree of knowledge and skill is required for these procedures. They are very matter-of-fact and quality oriented (no sense of humor).
Should show dental implant (image attached) or awesome/recognizable representation thereof, as well as something representing the scanning machine (a Galileos, manufacturered by Sirona---image attached) and/or the placement software.
That said, we don't want the logo to be too busy or confusing. We're going for crisp, high tech, compelling (greatest company to use), and (bonus) we educate as well.
It's a all order. We're willing to work with you daily on the design to flesh out something closer to what we need... we're still feeling our way through ourselves.