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Entry-level intraoral scanner offers full-color digital scans at a low cost, an easy-to-use interface, simple file sharing, and impressive speed and accuracy   I acquired my first QuickScan 2 years ago when it was introduced at the International Dental Show in Cologne, Germany. Since then, I’ve been using it on a regular basis and have...


Are CBCT Scans Safe?

Cone beam computed tomography, or CBCT is one of the most impactful innovations in the last decade of dentistry. It’s a certified effective oral health analysis technique and considered by most to be a medical standard for its efficacy.  Radiation doses from dental CBCT exams are typically lower than other CT exams. Dental CBCT exams,...


Where To Buy Dental Scanners?

While the internet is the hub for not only information, but for products of astounding variety, you may still risk the chance of buying a product, or receiving information that is not up to par with your standards. As a dentist, you should strive to know the best techniques with the most up to date...


Scanners For Dental Impressions

Traditionally, when it comes to forming dental impressions, the process can be very tedious for the dentist, and extremely irritating for the patient. The process of forming the mold is either arduous or yields an inaccurate result. Luckily, technology is constantly evolving the way dentistry is practiced. Now, digital dental scanners are made especially for...


How much do dental scanners cost?

The dental industry has skyrocketed with additions of new technologies that aid dentists informing diagnoses and providing a comfortable customer experience. While many dentists have adopted these new tools, some are apprehensive about them, sticking to more archaic, less experimental forms of dentistry. One of the biggest questions around dental sensors is: how much do...


How do dental scanners work?

What are Dental Scanners? Digital dental scanners are a step in the future. If we take a blast in the past, to the days when the only way to make a dental impression was by creating molds, a lengthy process, that left little to offer in terms of patient comfort. Not to mention the margin...