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. How digital scanning increases speed and convenience in the dental practice We asked with a dental assistant about how the new scanning methodology and technology helps with patient care and satisfaction and how digital impressions are changing (and improving) the workflow for the dental laboratory. SPONSORED: 5 reasons why you should use an intraoral scanner There was a time when accuracy and functionality were excuses for not investing in a digital impression solution. Those days are over. Intraoral scanners are just as, or even more accurate, depending on the study you cite. Patterson Dental's CEREC technology can streamline orthodontic treatment Now, through the power of CEREC Omnicam and CEREC Ortho Software 1.1, you can introduce more streamlined processes into your practice, and give patients a better overall experience. How intraoral scanning can open up the dental workflow It’s clear by now that intraoral scanning is here to stay. Digital impressions are changing the relationship between the lab and the dentist, and it can be a confusing transition. Step-by-step: A complete solution from chairside to benchtop A 60-year-old male presented to UT Dental San Antonio pre-doctorate clinic with a chief complaint of sensitivity on a posterior tooth.