Good news for dental labs: The price on Intra Oral Scanners (IOS) will likely drop this year, in large part driven by the adoption of standardized file formats and increased competition. IOS manufacturer 3Shape has announced that it will show its next generation IOS solution, the 3Shape's TRIOSTM at the International Dental Show (IDS) in Cologne next week.
The decreasing costs of Intra Oral Scanners will drive the market opportunity for dental labs that embrace digital dentistry. To fully capitalize on their move to digital scanners, dental laboratories will increasingly consider the digitalization of other aspects of their operations. That's where Objet's 3D printing solutions become a must-have.
Objet's dental 3D printing solutions enable labs to gain the most from their Intra Oral Scanners by printing parts directly from the .STL files - a process that's dramatically more efficient and accurate than manually setting molds or milling systems.
The ability to scan a mouth orally, then perfectly reproduce smooth, finely detailed dental parts directly from the CAD software represents a significant leap towards the age of full digital dentistry.
With high accuracy, precision and resolution - these 3D printing systems allow dental labs to make major manpower and time savings and grow revenue by serving more customers.
To learn more about how Objet dental solutions see www.objet.com/dental
And don't forget to visit the Objet stand at IDS Cologne, Germany, 22-26 March, at Stand E-079, hall 3.2.
Objet will be printing dental parts and models live on the stand throughout the show using the Objet Eden260V 3D printing system. See you there!