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.

3Shape has announced the launch of the TRIOS 3 Mono, a new entry-level version of its TRIOS 3 intraoral scanner. 

The TRIOS 3 Mono is designed to deliver the same accuracy, speed and ease of use of all TRIOS intraoral scanners but takes digital impressions without color. It will sell at a price point at nearly 40 percent less than TRIOS 3 color models

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TRIOS Mono delivers many of the same features of TRIOS 3 color models, including:

  • The widest range of indications and delivers texture and stone model scans plus HD photos

  • Dentists can offer same-day dentistry using optional 3Shape practice lab

Additionally, the TRIOS 3 Mono is upgradable to a TRIOS 3 color model at any time. The cost of the upgrade is the price difference between the two scanners and a service fee. When upgrading to a TRIOS color model, the upgrade includes RealColor™ scanning, digital shade measurement and an integrated intraoral camera.   

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“Doctors are definitely looking to go digital with their dentistry. There are just too many documented advantages to ignore. To make the jump easier, we created an intraoral scanner they can start and keep growing with, one that doesn’t compromise speed and accuracy or use powder,” says Flemming Thorup, president and CEO at 3Shape. “The TRIOS Mono delivers the award-winning performance of our TRIOS 3 intraoral scanner, but at a terrific price and importantly, like all 3Shape products is future proof, and with the opportunity to upgrade to a color model at any time.”

For more information about TRIOS, visit 3shape.com/TRIOS

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