Trios 3Shape Intraoral Scanner
A specialized medical device used in dental procedures for capturing detailed images of the mouth, especially teeth, gums, and intraoral structures. It is a handheld, wand-like device that incorporates advanced optical technology. When taking scans, the intraoral scanner uses structured light to capture high-resolution, 3D images of the oral cavity.
Dental intraoral scanners are used in various dental procedures, including restorative dentistry, orthodontics, prosthodontics, and implantology. They replace traditional methods of taking dental impressions, such as dental putty, by providing quicker, more comfortable, and precise digital impressions.
Scanned images are displayed in real time on a computer monitor, allowing the dentist or dental specialist to have a clear understanding of the patient’s oral condition. The digital scans create a more efficient, accurate, and accessible patient record system.