we used the dental wings impression scanner at reliable dental lab and then had the models printed on object - they came out ok
the fit is fine, i think with the digital impression scanners this will overtake the impression scanners
i cannot speak for the accuracy of the digital impression scanners that a lab may use to scan an impression
i will find out more at lab day this weekend
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