PrograScan One intraoral scanner

PrograScan One intraoral scanner

The intraoral scanners PrograScan One and PrograScan One+ enable dentists to take high-quality digital impressions in lifelike colour. The scanners’ advanced technology allows them to consistently deliver highly accurate and esthetic restorations and excellent patient experience1.

How you benefit:

  • Optimal treatment results thanks to high-accuracy scanning2
  • Patient-specific motion uses dynamic occlusion to perfect your restorations
  • Artificial intelligence assistant automatically removes soft tissue for scanning ease
  • Real-colour scan and shade measurement to evaluate treatment and initiate valuable dialogue with patients
  • Optimized comfort for both dentist and patient with innovative wireless scanning technology3
  • Caries diagnostic aid for early detection of suspected surface caries4
  • Seamless integrated restorative workflow with PrograMill One and IPS e.max CAD

PrograScan One software package

The flexible design software connects PrograScan One and PrograMill One into a guided intuitive workflow for single-visit dental solutions.
 
Featured apps for enhanced patient engagement:
  • PrograDesign – Artificial intelligence-driven design proposals for ease and speed
  • Patient Monitoring – Visualize changes over time and gain preventive insights
  • Smile Design – Design your patient’s new smile in just minutes
  • Treatment Simulator – Consult with your patient using simulated orthodontic treatment

[1] Kihara, H., Hatakeyama, W., Komine, F., Takafuji, K., Takahashi, T., Yokota, J., Oriso, K., & Kondo, H. (2020). Accuracy and practicality of intraoral scanner in dentistry: A literature review. Journal of prosthodontic research, 64(2), 109-113.
[2] Abduo, J., & Elseyoufi, M. (2018). Accuracy of Intraoral Scanners: A Systematic Review of Influencing Factors. The European journal of prosthodontics and restorative dentistry, 26(3), 101-121.
[3] Based on user feedback
[4] Ntovas, P., Michou, S., Rahiotis, C., & Kakaboura, A. (2020). Caries detection using intraoral scanner under in vivo and in vitro conditions. 501. 2020 ORCA, 09/07/2020 - 11/07/2020, pp. 501.