Is anyone out there using impression scanning at their lab and how are the models coming out? Which...See more system? Models printed or milled? Have you compared them to the same impression poured by your traditional method? Can anyone verify if it is really saving them time and/or money?
Mark Jackson, RDT, is the Owner of Precision Ceramics, CT Scanning and Implant Planning Center in Montclair,...See more CA, and has served as the Chairman of the Technical & Education Committee for the Southern California Lab Owners Association, Membership Chairman for the California Veterinary Dental Association...
Scanning impressions is a disaster in my opinion. There are too many places where the impression material is just wispy little fins of material that the...See more scanner cannot see. Spraying it with reflectant only makes things worse, and the image is obliterated. If you want a digital impression, take one with...
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...See more with the digital impression scanners this will overtake the impression scanners i cannot speak for the accuracy of the digital impression scanners...
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