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3D dental scanning is proving to be a valuable tool in dentistry due to its innovative way to capture and view a patient’s dental anatomy from various angles. Below are some uses of 3D dental scanning.
For dental prostheses creation - CAD or computer-aided design and CAM or computer-aided manufacturing is the modern method of designing and creation of dental prostheses like dentures and bridges. This effectively replaces the old method of using putty to create a dental impression for molding.
Detailed dental anatomy - 3D dental scanning provides a photo-realistic view of a patient’s dental anatomy. This gives doctors a clear picture to study while reducing the “chair time” of patients.
Surgical guide - Doctors can design a surgical guide based on the digital model created by the 3D scanner. Here they can virtually assimilate the treatment plan before undergoing the actual procedure.
Digital records- 3D models of a patient’s anatomy is the next evolution for clinical records. Digital images taken before and after the procedure will also provide an accurate assessment of the treatment.
Important Specifications of 3D Dental Scanners
When choosing a 3D dental scanner for your clinic or hospital, be sure to consider these features when looking for a dental lab scanner for sale.
If you are in the market looking for a 3D dental scanner for sale, take note that pricing is influenced by the brand, the condition and more importantly the type of equipment that you need.
If you are planning to buy a 3D dental scanner, this guide can help you determine dental scanner cost at fair market value.
Price range below $20,000 - 3D dental scanners at this price range usually fall under the desktop type. A used Dental Wings 7Series 3D will cost around $13,000 while a brand new DSJ Exocad Basic version can be bought at around $18,000.
Price range $20,000 to $50,000- This is the usual price range of a good handheld 3D Dental Scanner. Although small, these equipment are usually more expensive than their desktop counterparts due to its capability to scan the innermost dental anatomy of a patient. A used Planmeca Planscan handheld set will cost around $30,000. A Brand new Sirona InEos Blue desktop type 3D Dental Scanner will cost around $21,200.
Price range above $50,000 - Industrial and more complex 3D dental scanners like the Newtom 3G models fall into this price range. A brand new unit will cost around $77,000 while the Planmeca ProMax 3D Max 3D Dental Scanner will cost more than $200,000.
The practice of dentistry is fast evolving and 3D technology is one of the innovations powering the evolution. If you are still using traditional methods like using clay putty to extract dental impressions, then upgrading your service by getting a 3D dental scanner will allow you to present a more efficient dental service.
BiMedis has a wide range of 3D dental scanners for sale, from brand new to used, from small handheld devices to large clinical equipment. We are a trusted seller leading 3D dental scanner brands and we provide a platform for buyers to purchase from manufacturers or private sellers.
Check out our easy to use Search System where you can indicate a price range, preferred manufacturer, model, and condition. BiMedis is the best online store where you can find the best deals for 3D dental scanners.