Intraoral scanners are becoming increasingly popular in the dental industry, and digital impressions replace conventional ones. The demand for intraoral scans is greater than ever for several reasons:

  • Patients do not like the taste of traditional impression material,
  • One-time treatments are less time-consuming,
  • Patients want to see the end result of treatment the first time they visit,
  • When the patient can see the end result of the treatment, he or she more often decides to start.

Using the 3D images generated by the CS 3600 intraoral scanner, a dentist can plan and mend a prosthetic restorative for office patients using a cabinet milling machine without the aid of a dental laboratory to obtain an anatomical prosthetic restoration. This increases the performance of the physician and enables you to perform. Prosthetic restorations for the patient during one visit. Advanced technology guarantees the accuracy of every scan, and virtual impressions have never been so easy to download.

The CS 3600 is an open scanner, which allows you to send files from the STL scanner to any prosthetics lab if your doctor does not have a milling machine in your practice or meets
Complex case with specific requirements and materials. Compared with conventional methods, digital dentists can save time and produce high quality prosthetic restorations.