3 Shape Trios Dental Intraoral Scanner for Dental Patients
The 3Shape TRIOS dental intraoral scanner is a 3D scanning tool that is redefining the fundamentals of digital impression performances in the dental industry.
The intraoral scanner is an electronic device that reproduces in 3D images, the anatomical structures of the cavity, allowing to create a digital document for the dentist to be ready to work thereon.
What is the intraoral scanner used for?
They can be used for:
- Smile designs in orthodontic treatments. Allowing to observe imperfections in real time that require correction-alignment.
- In treatments of unknown lingual brackets and invisible aligners, such as Invisalign aligners.
- Partial prostheses and obturators.
How does an intraoral scanner work?
An intraoral scanner can capture optical impressions directly on the patient’s jaws, we must pass the intraoral camera over the gums and teeth of the patient, it emits a light source. The dentist will be able to observe the model recreating itself on the touch screen during a three-dimensional image.
Key advantages that the intraoral scanner offers to your dental treatment:
Say goodbye to Alginate, plaster or plaster:
With the use of the intraoral scanner your dentist will avoid the unwieldy use of alginate, and within two or three minutes a 3D printing model will be obtained to work on it
More comfort to patients:
When compared to the regular molding techniques that often cause high levels of discomfort in patients, the 3Shape TRIOS dental intraoral scanner offers a much more quick and convenient method of getting an accurate image of a patient’s teeth so as to make an impact. Rather than forcing a patient to stay seated in a chair for fifteen minutes to complete the impression procedure, the 3Shape TRIOS dental intraoral technology can scan teeth wirelessly in a matter of seconds and without the use of powder, which helps save time and reduce patient discomfort to an outsized degree. The process will therefore be faster, more pleasant and comfortable for the patient
Improved Dentist-Patient Communication
The 3Shape TRIOS dental intraoral scanners allow dentists to display a patient’s 3D-impression of their teeth on a screen soon after the scan is complete. After seeing an up-close view of a digital impression, patients can grasp a far better understanding of the condition of their teeth. The scanner also develops impressions in fully color to assist the dialogue between the dentist and his or her patient, and improve treatment.
The 3Shape TRIOS dental intraoral scanner is highly versatile and able to service a wide range of various dental treatments, such as:
- Removable partial dentures
- Short term crowns
Better Quality Impressions and Restorations
Restorations made from 3Shape TRIOS dental intraoral scanners are faster, accurate fit and require less adjustments. These scanners have the ability to measure the shapes of teeth for digital precision while also highlighting details with the incorporation of high-level HD pictures in the 3D model. The precision of 3Shape TRIOS dental intraoral scanners reduces the necessity for remakes and patients’ visit to a dentist can easily be minimized.
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