Digital Scanning

In traditional dentistry, tooth and jaw measurements are taken with dough in metal spoons for procedures such as prosthetics, crowns and fillings.

This method may trigger the gag reflex in patients, and the measurement taken may not always give accurate results. In digital dentistry, teeth are scanned with an optical camera and transferred to a computer environment in 3D, using the 3D scanning method.

The patient is compliant.
The measurement error margin is lower than traditional methods.
All cases are archived.
Three-dimensional scanning has begun to be used in most branches of dentistry.