A roundup of some of the newest dental laboratory scanners around.
Whether a lab is working with a full or partial digital workflow, at some point the anatomical information for the case must be digitized. Chairside intraoral scanning is gaining traction, but an efficient, reliable benchtop scanner is still an integral part of most modern dental labs.
While scanners were once fussy and somewhat sluggish, upgrades and enhancements make the latest scanning systems faster, more accurate, and easier to use. There are a wide range of sizes, designs, and even colorful styles among today’s lab scanners. Some scanners are designed for optimal results with specific types of cases, so make sure the scanner you choose meets your lab’s specific needs and priorities.
Read on for a round-up of some of the latest innovations in dental lab benchtop scanners.
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