Just think about putting that awkward shaped tray into your mouth with the overflowing goop that tastes like chalk, biting down until your choke reflex kicks in and counting the seconds away until the impression takes. Never again!
For the first time ever, digital impression taking has come to New York with Danish-based 3Shape’s TRIOS® next-generation solution.
According to New York’s exclusive provider, WebMD Consultant and cosmetic dentist, Dr. Steven Roth of SmilesNY, this innovative procedure offers many benefits to patients. Designed for high speed impression taking, the device captures over 3,000 images per second. This drastically reduces the overall chair time for the patient.
The solution combines thousands of 3D pictures based on real data, which helps to create better restoration fits and minimize grinding. As the only no-spray solution on the market, it improves accuracy and provides for a more comfortable overall patient experience. And the scanner tip can be easily sterilized in the autoclave to achieve optimal hygiene and meet clinical requirements.
This is no less than a paradigm shift in dental care. In addition to the consumer benefits, dentists are praising the advanced digital study models, offering better case analysis and treatment planning, all of which provide for more optimal patient results.
About the Author:
Steven E. Roth, DMD, has been practicing dentistry in New York City for 19 years. He is a graduate of Columbia University and the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Roth is on the cutting edge of modern dentistry, continuing his education through the NYU Rosenthal Institute for Aesthetic Dentistry, The Dawson Center for Advanced Dental Study in St. Petersburg, Florida, and The Seattle Institute for Advanced Dental Education. He is on staff at the Beth Israel Medical Center, has lectured on Cosmetic Dentistry, TMJ headaches, and Bruxism to advanced dental professionals. He is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, the American Equilibration Society, and the American Dental Association. Dr. Roth consults for WebMD, and has appeared on Inside Edition, as well as NY1 and other cable television shows, speaking on cosmetic dentistry. He is the inventor of the revolutionary CosmaLite process, which enables patients to try on porcelain veneers before committing to the full procedure. For more information on Dr. Steven Roth or his practice, please visit www.SmilesNY.com.