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Medit to Unveil its Next Scanner, the i900, on April 29


Dental manufacturer to debut its latest intraoral scanner during a global virtual event later this month.

Medit to Unveil its Next Scanner, the i900, on April 29 | Image Credit: © Medit

Medit to Unveil its Next Scanner, the i900, on April 29 | Image Credit: © Medit

3D scanner manufacturer Medit plans to unveil its latest intraoral scanner later this month, the ergonomic Medit i900, which promises to deliver increased precision and control. The company will reveal the Medit i900 during a global virtual event planned for April 29, 2024, the company announced today.

The company introduced its first intraoral scanner more than 5 years ago when the economical i500 model was well received by the industry as a quality device at a lower cost compared to other options.

"Our customer focus fuels our advancements," Medit CTO Michael Lee says in a press release announcing the upcoming launch. "The i900 is a testament to our pursuit of innovation, empowering dentists to redefine the standards of patient care and practice efficiency."

The Medit i900 features an innovative new control interface, faster, smoother scanning, improved ergonomics, and enhanced material capture technology, according to the company. It is designed to enhance user-friendliness while offering precision and control.

"Medit has maintained a unique clinician-driven approach to product development," Han Ryu, chief growth & strategy officer at Medit adds in the press release. "The i900 embodies everything Medit stands for: intuitive design, cutting-edge software, and industry-leading imaging technology. But most importantly, it represents a leap forward in how digital dentistry can transform patient care."

Medit’s first intraoral scanner, the i500, was released in 2018. It offered clinicians a high-precision, user-friendly option at a significantly lower cost than competitors, Medit states. Building on this success, the company introduced its top-selling i700 in 2021, followed by the lightweight Medit i700 Wireless, and i600 in 2022. These offerings provide a comprehensive range of scanners designed to accommodate all types of dental practices.

The Medit i900 will also include the company's Medit Link platform, which offers free dental apps to boost productivity and streamline workflows. Medit Link seamlessly integrates with other platforms, services, and hardware. In December 2023, the company announced substantial updates to its Medit Link software designed to provide new opportunities for digital dentistry in the practice. These enhancements aim to strengthen the collaboration between dental clinics and laboratories. The focal point of these updates is the release of Medit Link v3.2.0, which encompasses significant improvements and features. Included in this release were Medit Scan for Clinics v1.11.0 and Medit Scan for Labs v1.6.0, both equipped with innovative capabilities designed to create standards in the field and to produce improved patient outcomes.

Medit says the i900 represents the next evolution of intraoral scanners. For more information on the new product and how it can impact digital dentistry, visit https://www.medit.com/medit-i900-teaser/.

The company, which has been headquartered in Seoul, South Korea since its inception in 2000 and has locations in Long Beach, California, and in Europe, also develops innovative software for digital dentistry, supporting collaborative workflows between dental clinics and labs. Medit boasts a global network of distributors in over 100 countries.

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