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Why MEDIT Intraoral Scanner ?

Deliver the best patient care, dentists need the best digital tools on the market. Intraoral dental scanning is the modernized method for taking full-mouth digital impressions. This technology is advanced. Can use intraoral scanners to complete full-mouth 3D scans in just minutes.

MEDIT Intraoral Scanners provide a full-color, high-resolution digital image in real-time that you can view, enlarge and distribute to team members or specialists to accompany treatment.

"A complete workflow, from chairside to patient mouth"

Digital impressions allow for a quick turnaround on the crown, especially for dentists doing chairside dentistry. “For dentists doing in-office milling, digital impressions can eliminate a patient from needing to make another visit to the dentist to get their crown,” .

One of the big advantages is that digital impressions are repairable. If you use a polyvinyl impression material and you get a bubble, you take a second impression. But if you’re taking a digital impression and you get a distortion, you circle that area, scan it again, and the software stitches it together.

In addition to it is able to reduce working time (including delivery time to dental lab) and improve Patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs)compared to conventional impression techniques, taking into account the size of the scanned area.

"Reality vs Scan"

By Sameh Shaaban

This is scan data compared to the image of the same area, except there is nothing to compare. The Curvature Display Mode makes it more comfortable and easier to draw such accurate margin lines. Check out the video below.

"Digital vs Reality"

By Mohammed El-Sayed Abdulhady

Here is another reason to never worry about the accuracy of intraoral scanning. The scanner used in this case, the i700, has a full-arch accuracy of 10 microns.

"Digital dentistry will improve your work in spite of yourself"

By Mohammed El-Sayed Abdulhady

All a dentist needs to make the crown fit perfectly is precise scan data of the patient’s teeth using the i700.


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