CERAMILL MAP DRS
Digital impression taking for maximum patient comfort and faster restorations
With the Ceramill Map DRS intraoral scanner, the dental situation of patients can be digitally recorded directly in the practice. This spares both the clinician and the patient the disadvantages of traditional impression taking methods.
All in all, the scanning process is faster: a full jaw scan, for example, takes about one minute for an experienced user and is more precise than taking conventional impressions. In addition, sharing data digitally with the laboratory saves on transport. This enables the fabrication of dentures within a single day. And if the denture is fabricated in the practice,
even within a single session.
With the Ceramill Map DRS, dentulous partial and full jaws (before and after preparation), bite situations and implant positions can be scanned with the aid of scanbodies. Due to its slim design and light weight, the Ceramill Map DRS fits very well in the clinician’s hand and thus offers a high level of scanning comfort.
Two scanning tips of different heights are available to the user so that difficult-to-access areas in the patient’s mouth can be digitized easily. These can be autoclaved (up to 150 times) and are therefore easy to integrate into the practice’s hygiene workflow. An intelligent algorithm documents the number of patients scanned in the scanning software. This gives feedback on the number of autoclaving processes.
Software features such as: starting the scan without defining indications, automatic deletion of superfluous data (cheek, tongue, finger, …), sound feedback during scanning, color display of the scan data and recognition of the tooth shade offer further convenience in the scanning process. In addition, the preparation line can be defined in the scanning software by the clinician and transmitted to the laboratory.