• Digitalising teeth with the use of scanners

  • Materialising teeth with 3D printers

  • Pre-visualising objectives with planification software tools

    Methods and materials

    3D surface scanners without radiation exposure (optical impressions)

    • This type of surface scanners replaces the previous traditional paste impressions and allows to:

    • Reduce inconvenience for the patient during impression taking
    • Get an instant view of the situation
    • Plan and simulate the project closely, le an architect f
    • Facilitate storage
    • Print teeth as many times as necessary

    3D scans of internal structures ( Conebeam/DVT )

    • This type of scanner requires special dedicated authorisations from the Ministry of health for its us in private practices. It allows to:

    • Visualise the included teeth in the bone
    • Highlight potential dental or bone fracture
    • Prepare endodontic treatments (75um)
    • Measure available bone quantity for implants
    • Design complex and chirurgical treatment plans

    2D X-ray: Panonamic, Profil, Front

    • This type of X-ray allows to :

    • Design dental and orthodontic treatment plans

    3D prints

    • Ce type of printer allows the materialisation of three-dimensional structures:

    • Moulds of the teeth of the patient
    • Moulds of the project
    • Trays for chirurgical or implant gujides (upon request of the dentist or surgeon)

    GDPR data security

    • Health personal data collection with the patient’s consent
    • Storage and management of personal data in a cloud (health data hosting certified provider)
    • Safe and confidential personal data transfer