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How to Integrate Digital Intraoral Scanning Into General Practice

We discuss the benefits derived from incorporating digital intraoral scanning into the treatment work flow and what to look for in a digital scanner.
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Digital intraoral scanners can be used as standalone equipment for obtaining full-arch impressions, bite registration, and tooth preparation and implant scan body details. Or they can be fully integrated with other technologies into digital platforms and used in conjunction with cone beam computed tomographic (CBCT) images, 2-dimensional intraoral and panoramic images, in-house and dental laboratory milling technologies, and 3-dimensional printing machines.

Digital intraoral scanners have been shown to streamline the impression-making process and help reduce chair time and retakes.

This ebook contains information on:

  • Time savings
  • The accuracy of digital impressions
  • Patient preferences
  • Details from recent studies
  • David Little’s Digital Journey
  • How to choose an intraoral scanner
  • And more!

Sponsored by:

Carestream Dental

Carestream Dental is transforming dentistry, simplifying technology and changing lives around the world with its innovative digital product line of systems, solutions and support. From intraoral and extraoral imaging equipment to CAD/CAM solutions, imaging analysis software to practice management systems, Carestream Dental technology captures two billion images annually and aids in more precise diagnoses, improved workflows and superior patient care.