15 ways dental digital impressions just got better
More and more dental clinics are taking advantage of digital impressions to save time and see more patients as well as reduce material costs and shipping. The high accuracy intraoral scanners provide, coupled with a lack of mess for patients, are fueling the drive to go digital for many clinics.
If you haven't decided to go digital yet, the new TRIOS 2014 software update gives you 15 compelling reasons why you should. The intraoral scanner and software make scanning faster, more effective, and easier to do than ever before.
The new 2014 updates reflect the recommendations of your clinician peers who have been working with the system over the past two years. We used their feedback to fine-tune the software to better meet your real-world requirements and specs.
Shade measurement included
The new TRIOS 2014 software update has, for example, added shade measurement. Using a shade-ready scanner, dentists can now automatically capture teeth shades while they scan. This is a major breakthrough for the industry. And one that will enable dentists to combine TRIOS HD picture-taking capabilities with color scanning and shade measurement to give labs the precise information they need to create highly aesthetic restorations.
Complete shade information can be sent to the lab together with the impression, enabling the lab to highlight shades at other locations than those selected by the dentist. Shades are measured using Vita Classical and Vita 3D Master shade systems.
Check out the 15 new enhancements and features in the TRIOS®dental digital impressions 2014 software update.