Digital Impressions|Scanners

Align Technology Inc.
Biomet 3I
Carestream Dental
Cmp Industries, Llc
Cynoprod Canada Inc.
Densys Ltd.
Dental Wings Inc.
Dentsply Sirona
Dentsply Sirona CAD/CAM
E4D Technologies
Exacta Dental Products, Inc.
Great Lakes Ortho
Jensen Industries, INC.
Nobel Biocare
Ormco Corporation
Planmeca USA
Straumann Usa Llc
Sun Dental Laboratories Llc
Vision Usa
Vita North America
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Intraoral Scanner
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CAD and CAM Systems Available
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3Shape’s D800 series of digital scanners, with their 5.0 megapixel camera, capture complete textures and markings and offer detailed...
CAD/CAM System CEREC AC is the first CAD/CAM system to enable both chairside milling and laboratory-generated restorations—both with...
3Shape’s TRIOS uses Ultrafast Optical Sectioning technology to capture more than 3000 two-dimensional images per second. It then combines...
The time for the scanning sequence of the iTero Intra-Oral Scanner is similar to the setting time of conventional impression...
Straumann CARES System 8.0 completes the integration of CARES into the DWOS platform for customized abutments and full-contour crowns...
Our new Dynax® silicones guarantee both, precision and ease of use. The whole impression process takes less than 3 minutes.
The new iTero Element Flex wand-only configuration is a portable scanner for easy transport from office to office, allowing doctors to...
Dental Wings offers three distinct scanners to meet varied needs of clinics and laboratories. Our systems accurately digitize impressions...
An excellent choice for outstanding results: CEREC Primescan is your perfect starting point into digital dentistry. No matter how you...
The new iTero Element scanner is engineered to deliver everything doctors love about iTero scanners in a compact footprint design with...
With the new Intraoral scanner Medit i500 digital scanning is very precise, harmless with no radiation and more comfortable for the...
The new iTero Element 2 scanner is equipped with next generation computing power that enables 2X faster start-ups and 25% faster scan...

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  • Marie

    MIDMARK MOBILE TRUE DEFINITION SCANNER Whether you're growing your inventory of digital tools or you’re trying to transition more of your practice to digital, the Midmark Mobile True Definition™ Scanner can help. You may already be familiar with the scanner without even realizing it: Midmark just acquired the 3M™ True Definition Scanner, which...

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  • Brian Donahue

    Dental professionals looking for something new at the Greater New York Dental Meeting need only visit Planmeca at Booth 5425 to see the latest in innovative, practice-changing technology—from imaging systems to CAD/CAM. Having unveiled an array of product advancements this fall, Planmeca seeks to help dentists take their care to the next level....

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  • Samantha Negraval

    With the holidays quickly approaching, it’s not too early to start thinking about your New Year’s resolutions. Perhaps your resolution is to acquire high-resolution digital images, or maybe 2019 is the year you’ll finally take the leap into CAD/CAM. No matter what your digital goals are, it’s helpful to choose a manufacturer that offers...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    Choosing a Dental Scanner for your practice Here at Dental Product Shopper, we’ve just finalized our November issue, which will focus on the ROI of technology. This is an important theme at the end of year, a time when dentists should take stock of their practices. Ask yourself these 3 key questions: 1. What are you offering now? 2. What...

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  • Ron Kaminer

    For crown preps, I always reach for my Ti-Max Z95L. NSK has combined one of the smallest heads on the market with features that create a comfortable, precise, durable handpiece. The short, small-diameter head and slim neck give me excellent visibility along with easy access to all areas of the mouth. I do both traditional and digital...

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  • Alan Jurim, DDS

    Q: What does it mean to be a fully digital practice in 2018? A: In my practice, what it really means to be fully digital is more than just one element, such as intraoral scanning, photography, video, or digital manufacturing processes. What it truly means to be digital, in my mind, is the integration of how all these systems are working...

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