The open-source, AI-enabled intraoral scanner allows users to save scans from the wand, eliminating the need to touch the computer and reducing cross contamination risk.
Intelliscan 3D has launched its AI-enabled, open-source intraoral scanner.
According to the company, the Intelliscan 3D intraoral scanner features realistic color, clear margin line, and is powder-free. The device is reportedly smaller in size than the average scanner and includes an anti-fog feature. Dental practitioners can save scans from the wand eliminating the need to touch the computer and reducing cross contamination risk.
Intelliscan 3D is reportedly entirely open source. The company states that the user owns the scans and they can be sent directly to the lab of the user’s choice. The intraoral scanner can be used to obtain digital impressions for a full range of indications, including dental implants, crown and bridge restorations, and clear aligners.
According to Intelliscan 3D, the intraoral scanner is powered by advanced structured light triangulation technology and is equipped with a robust set of clinical tools and a dental cloud platform. The device starts at $12,999.