How does Neoss’s NeoScan 1000 compare with other intraoral scanners?

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How does Neoss’s NeoScan 1000 compare with other intraoral scanners?

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Dr Michael Braian’s target chart of the comparison of intercylindrical precision of five intraoral scanners on a dentate model. (Image: Neoss)
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By Neoss

Thu. 27 October 2022

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PHOENIX, U.S.: Neoss will be presenting its simplified and patient-friendly prosthetic workflow with its newly launched intraoral scanner at this year’s annual meeting of the American Academy of Periodontology (AAP) in Phoenix from today until Sunday. In this article, early beta testers have shared insights into their clinical use with the NeoScan 1000.

“Intraoral scanning requires precision, speed, ease of use and streamlined integration with our laboratory providers. After extensive testing, I am confident that the NeoScan 1000 fulfills all these requirements.”—Dr. Kavit N. Shah, a prosthodontist based in London, UK.

“The NeoScan 1000 shows very promising results in terms of resolution, speed and feasibility and already has a permanent place in our digital workflow.”—Dr. Nico Laube, an oral maxillofacial and plastic surgeon from Frankfurt, Germany.

“My experience with the NeoScan 1000 is that it is really fast and delivers an open file to communicate with all other digital systems.”—Dr. Jakob Zwaan, an implantologist and researcher based in Calusco d’Adda, Italy.

“The NeoScan 1000 has improved patient engagement enormously and simplified treatment appointments.”—Dr. Emilie Abraham, a prosthodontist from London.

Dr Michael Braian’s bullet graph of the comparison of intercylindrical precision of five intraoral scanners on a dentate model. (Image: Neoss)

These testimonies are supported by research by digital dentistry expert Dr. Michael Braian. He compared the accuracy of the NeoScan 1000 with that of TRIOS 3 (3Shape), Emerald (Planmeca), CS 3600 (Carestream Dental) and iTero (Align Technology) and found that the Neoss scanner was as accurate as or more accurate than the premium market leaders.

Neoss will be present at the AAP/AAP Foundation President’s Reception tonight, and attendees can expect to hear more about the company from CEO and president Dr. Robert Gottlander.

To experience the Neoss products and the latest intraoral scanner firsthand, visitors to the AAP meeting are invited to visit the company’s booth (#1415).

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