The development of digital dentistry has promoted the addition and improvement of three-dimensional (3D) technology in inpatient evaluation and treatment. CAD / CAM or dental intraoral scanner was used in the field of dentistry in the past. However, innovative devices come to market as technology advances, integrating user-friendly 3D dental scanners into dental clinics.
3D dental scanners have multiple uses including enhancing the oral care experience and for therapeutic and preventive care. They are able to capture the entire dentition at high resolution, create hard and soft tissue records to monitor oral diseases and conditions. The precision design of all-ceramic crowns, veneers, inlays, and occlusal protection devices, as well as auxiliary implants, are also innovative experiences for dental technicians brought by 3D dental intraoral scanners. With the first 3D intraoral imaging system coming into commercial use in 1985, 3D dental scanners are gradually used in laboratories to repair and make accurate dental restorations.
Top Benefits of the Dental Intraoral Scanner
Dentists and laboratories often use intraoral scanning to design and manufacture beautiful and durable dental restorations while maintaining the largest tooth structure. Dental intraoral scanners still show many unique features in daily dental practice nevertheless.
Easier to get accurate images
The accuracy of 3D intraoral scanning is commendable. Digital scanning technology is as accurate as it can be and basically eliminates the inevitable variables in the traditional impression, such as deformation, bubbles, tears, and so on. The 3D dental scanner can scan any detail of the prosthesis as accurately as possible without blurring, so the time for repairing dental restoration materials will be significantly reduced. This means that you can provide patients with more accurate and effective diagnoses and treatment results.
Real color expression
Today's 3D digital scanners are so advanced to achieve real color dental models. It is much easier to accurately detect and capture the shadow and texture of teeth and gums than using ordinary scanners, which helps dentists build more accurate and practical data models.
Promote communication with patients
To instantly view 3D images of their mouth through a computer is available for patients now because of the upgrade of 3D dental scanners. Dentists can make it easier for patients to participate in discussions about beauty treatment options. Besides, 3D dental scanners allow the sharing of scan results with laboratories to obtain timely and effective feedback based on the images provided.
Instant access to all patient models
3D dental scanners allow dentists immediate online access to all patients’ models. Every dental laboratory knows how much space and cost the physical model needs. Digital scanning can be easily stored and accessed in patient’s files and used for professional diagnosis, which improves the communication between clinicians and patients.
The Best 3D Dental Scanner to Choose- Aidite A-Is Pro
The increasingly stringent requirements of patients and dental laboratories for diagnosis and treatment of dental restorations facilitate the upgrading of dental laboratory equipment. Aidite has upgraded its 3D dental scanners to provide a more comprehensive and efficient solution for dentists.
Aidite’s 3D dental intraoral scanner can clearly capture the texture and hand-drawn marks on the model. Its unique HDR function supports the scanning of the stent model and gingival model with buffer wax without powder spraying, which helps dental technicians to complete the digital design of the dental restorations efficiently.
Furthermore, in addition to the omnidirectional scanning of various maxillary and mandibular models, the 3D dental scanner of Aidite can automatically identify the parts that have not been scanned and conduct automatic secondary scanning, which dramatically reduces the workload of dentists and improves the work efficiency by 30%.
What makes the A-Is Pro stand out is its high-speed scanning function. It takes only 12 seconds for non-textured scanning and 21 seconds for texture scanning, which is superior to the same type of dental 3D scanner. The scanned texture gets rid of black and white colors, and the output 3D data can be directly imported into the mainstream CAD design software, such as EXOCAD and 3Shape. In this case, technicians can efficiently complete the stent design and subsequent production.
Aidite has been committed to providing safe and innovative dental restorative materials and dental equipment for dental clinics to assist the dental industry in making more breakthroughs. For more information, welcome to visit our website.