Intraoral Scanners - Bringing Dentistry to Digital Era
Most dental practices in the US continue to use elastomeric impressions made of the jaw in order to place their orders with labs for proshetics, prostodontics and tooth aligners.However, in the last 6 to 8 years, a powerful new technology has emerged through intraoral scanning. that completely eliminates the need for elastomeric impressions. It produces a digital file that can be easily sent to a lab immediately and at no cost.
- More comfortable experience.
- Faster scanning process
- No gagging sensation
- No unpleasant after taste of elastomeric materials
- Greater sanitization, safety
- No need to repeat impressions.
- Ability to observe teeth images in real time
- Increased understanding of their dental conditions
- Quicker turnaround on dental orthodontics
Intraoral Scanning - What Is It?
- Optical scanners are devices used to capture direct optic impressions
- Lower and upper jaw scan produces accurate tooth anatomy
- Digital format permit easy post-scan adjustments
- Saves to digital file at the doctor's office.
- Suitable for:
- Prosthodontic procedures
- Implantology procedures
- Orthodontic procedures
- Cosmetic procedures
- Reduced time cost to capture impression
- Chair time cut to about 1/3 of conventional methodologies
- Reduced turnaround time
- Reduced material costs for elastomeric supplies
- Reduced delivery costs to / from lab
- Reduced errors
- Higher quality impressions
- Advantages of digital storage for patient histories
- Improved fits of crowns and orthodontic
- Improved customer convenience
- Can generate new customer services
Why Buy A Scanner?
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