Table 2

Mean responses to survey questions

QuestionResult (SD)
1. Have you used 3D anaglyph glasses before? (Yes/No)98%/2%
2. If so, how many times?10.1 (15.7)
3. Are you able to see 3D images clearly using 3D anaglyph glasses? (Yes/No)94%/6%
4. Do you feel comfortable wearing 3D anaglyph glasses?a2.8 (0.9)
5. Do you think that presenting information using 3D glasses (anaglyph) helps you perceive and understand complex structures better?a4.1 (0.6)
6. Do you think you are able to make better clinical diagnoses in certain cases using 3D glasses (anaglyph) compared to normal diagnosis methods?a4.0 (0.7)
7. Do you think that the use of 3D glasses (anaglyph) may impair clinical diagnosis (i.e., make it more difficult)?a2.7 (0.7)
8. Would you consider using 3D glasses (anaglyph) and 3D images after you graduate and start working as a dentist or radiologist?a3.3 (0.7)
9. Do you think anaglyph glasses could be beneficial for dental education or clinical practice? (Yes/No)100%/0
10. If so, which area you think they are most suitable for?b4.0 (1.2)
11. Do you think anaglyph glasses could be used for patient education—for example, to help them understand their disease better?a4.1 (1.0)
12. Do you feel comfortable if other people see you wearing anaglyph glasses during medical diagnosis?a3.2 (0.9)
  • a Response options were 5=strongly agree, 4=agree, 3=neither agree or disagree, 2=disagree, and 1=strongly disagree.

  • b Response options were on a seven-point scale from 1=education to 7=clinical.

  • SD=standard deviation