Intraoral Scanner Pair Enables Accurate and Aesthetic Restorations

Richard Gawel

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Ivoclar Vivadent will launch a pair of intraoral scanners, powered by 3Shape, to supplement the company’s fully integrated chairside system and enable dentists to deliver highly accurate, aesthetic restorations.

The PrograScan One and PrograScan One+ seamlessly integrate with the PrograMill One milling machine, which is the only chairside mill specifically designed to fabricate IPS e.max, for a workflow that will transform the way dentists practice dentistry, Ivoclar Vivadent said.

The latest artificial intelligence technology makes scanning easier by automatically removing soft-tissue artifacts from the digital impression, the company said. The scanners also can record the patient’s dynamic occlusion, so dentists can ensure restorations have the best possible fit, according to Ivoclar Vivadent. Plus, the scanners boast detailed color scan and shade management as well as enhanced scanning speed.

Additionally, the PrograScan One+ is designed to provide optimized handling with innovative wireless scanning technology to enhance comfort for both dentists and patients.

Ivoclar Vivadent offers expandable products to enable dentists to grow their practice in line with their needs, the company said. The compehensive and integrated clinical ecosystem gives dentists full flexibility to choose between single-day treatments enabled through in-house production or sending cases to preferred lab partners or third-party providers, Ivoclar Vivadent said.

The flexible PrograDesign software connects the PrograScan One and PrograMill One into intuitive guided workflows for single-visit dental treatments, the company said. Dentists can tenn plan and create restorations in their practice itself within a single day. Patient excitement apps help dentists involve patients early in the planning stage of their treatments.

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