Neoss Group launched a new wireless intraoral scanner, the NeoScan 2000, following the launch of the wired NeoScan 1000 last year.

Neoss Group has launched a new wireless intraoral scanner, the NeoScan 2000. The new device follows the successful launch of the NeoScan 1000.

“We believe that our new impression machine will make it possible for more dental professionals to start using digital impressions,” said Robert Gottlander, DDS, president and chief executive officer of Neoss Group. “NeoScan 2000’s combination of wireless technology, extended battery life, ergonomic design, and affordability makes it the ultimate choice for dental practices looking to enhance their efficiency and precision.”

NeoScan 2000 offers dental professionals wireless technology that liberates clinicians from the constraints of cables, allowing for unrestricted mobility during scanning. The freedom of movement enables capture of even the most challenging proximal areas, ensuring comprehensive and precise digital impressions.

Its long-range connectivity also ensures stable and uninterrupted data transfer, eliminating the need for constant repositioning or signal dropouts.

In addition, Neoss Group announced that it will increase the free cloud storage in their NeoConnect to 1 terabyte, equivalent to about 25,000 cases and is now available to any user of the NeoScan.

All NeoScans come with free upgrades of the NeoPro software and NeoConnect cloud service to help dental professionals experience seamless integration and maximize the potential of their scanner without any extra costs. The NeoScan 2000 is now available.