Zirkonzahn’s Detection Eye intraoral scanner
This enables to digitise the patient’s jaw in less than 60 seconds. The scanner weighs 240 g only and provides real-time scanning with realistic colours and clear preparation margins.
The scanning areas do not need to be pre-treated with powder, which simplifies the acquisition process, and the choice of two different tips (standard and small) makes the impression-taking more comfortable and patient-friendly. The intraoral scanner's intuitive software allows the user to complete the scanning process via one-button control. The software can also be operated via motion sensing technology. By moving the scanner, the user sends commands to the software, simplifying handling and ensuring a hygienic digital impression, as the PC does not need to be touched. Moreover, the software uses artificial intelligence to automatically identify and remove redundant data from the soft tissue, resulting in a faster and optimised scanning process.
To obtain a complete 3D virtual reproduction of the patient, including intra- and extra-oral patient information, Detection Eye can be perfectly combined with further individual data. Zirkonzahn’s digital workflow is exclusively and perfectly combined with the PlaneFinder®, an innovative device developed by MDT Udo Plaster in collaboration with Zirkonzahn, for capturing the patient’s maxilla position. With the Face Hunter 3D facial scanner, in addition, it is possible to integrate also 3D scans of the patient’s extra-oral anatomy. The acquired data are smoothly transferred 1:1 into Zirkonzahn.Software without loss in information then merged, obtaining a 3D virtual reproduction of the patient’s oral and extra-oral situation. The data can also be combined with individual jaw movements through Zirkonzahn’s PlaneAnalyser II, and with information recorded via the new Head Tracker (Zirkonzahn’s new device to record the patient’s head position digitally, used in combination with the PlaneFinder®). This provides the restorative team with the ideal starting point for a better achievable function and aesthetics design of restorations in the digital environment.
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