How is dental technology REALLY being used? Digital Esthetics surveyed the dental industry to find out how technology is really impacting dentistry. Here's what we found. Top 10 Digital Esthetics web articles of 2016 Take a look at what you decided were the 10 best Digital Esthetics articles from this past year. Is Disney the future of digital dentistry? Disney Research has created a technology able to create 3D dental models entirely from pictures. Technology in action: How embracing digital dentistry opens up possibilities Mike Zuber explores how digital technology impacts his ability to deliver great results for his dental clients and for patients. 3Shape releases entry-level version of the TRIOS intraoral scanner 3Shape has announce the entry-level TRIOS Mono intraoral scanner, which combines features of the full-color TRIOS with a monochrome scan image. 3M introduces tablet version of True Definition Scanner 3M Oral Care has introduced a new entry into its True Definition Scanner line, the 3M Mobile True Definition Scanner, which is a tablet-based intraoral scanner. How the TRIOS 3 intraoral scanner serves as a practice builder After researching other options, Dr. Daniel Brunner, of East Cobb Oral Surgery in Marietta, Georgia, decided the TRIOS 3 was the best fit. Here, he tells us why, while Michael Gaisinsky, MCenter USA Chief Operating Manager and one of Dr. Brunner’s lab contacts, talks about the benefits from the lab perspective. Are digital impressions REALLY the better choice? In their August 2016 cover story, Dental Products Report looks at digital impression systems, focusing on how intraoral scanning systems are changing the workflow for dentists. Unpacking the differences in intraoral scanning options Dental Products Report asked a number of experts to unpack the differences in some of the most popular models of intraoral scanners. 5 reasons to use digital impressions In this list, members of the dental team explain why every dental practice ought to consider converting to digital impressions.