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Scan path? What is that and why is it important?

A scan path is recommended by intraoral scanner manufacturers as they have concluded that it allows for increased accuracy.  The result being a better fitting and more accurate restoration. Study :  https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0202916 As a dental lab, we have had situations where dentists have sent scans and the restorations manufactured and received were deemed inaccurate and…

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Trios IOS OPTIMAL Bite analysis Workflow

ALL DIGITAL CASES   To optimize your occlusion, please follow this workflow: Following prep, dry quad, have the patient bite down on articulating paper and register the bite. Take the bite scan. Go to ANALYSE page. Click on Clearance, Switch View. Check the bite. Full contact is Blue/Grey and up to .03mm of contact is…

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Top 8 Trios Intraoral Scanner Tips and Tricks

Scanning with an intraoral scanner has its challenges for the first few scans. Understanding its limitations and how to maximize the time you spend scanning to come up with the best result is important. Here are the Top 8 tips and tricks. 1 - Scan in an extremely dry field. The scanner gathers data extremely…

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What you should know about purchasing a scanner

At Schell Dental we take pride in the work we have done to advance the transformation from an analogue world to a digital realm. That is why we have begun a Dental Women and Technology Study Club for dental teams to learn about new processes, social media and dental materials. We have launched a LAB…