When paired with the DentalMonitoring app, the portable device offers consistent orthodontic treatment tracking over time for both fixed and removable orthodontic appliances. 

DentalMonitoring announced the launch of the ScanBoxpro. The latest version of the company’s patented DM ScanBox is a FDA-registered portable device that allows patients using DentalMonitoring to take precise AI-powered scans anywhere and anytime. 

DentalMonitoring is a customizable cloud-based platform for clinical monitoring of orthodontic treatments, and, according to the company, is designed to create a single automated workflow per patient and boost practice scalability. ScanBoxpro is the latest addition to DentalMonitoring’s family of devices and software solutions, which includes SmileMate, for engagement, triage, and patient conversion, and DentalMonitoring, the AI-based remote monitoring solution available to both fixed and removable orthodontic appliances. 

ScanBoxpro consists of two components: a cheek retractor tube designed to draw the cheeks and lips from the buccal and labial surfaces of the teeth and gums during scanning and a phone holder designed to accommodate a smartphone. 

According to the company, when paired with the DM app, ScanBoxpro offers consistent imaging over time for more precise tracking of treatment progress including all brands of aligners, braces, and retainers. ScanBoxpro also allows for better occlusal and lateral views, including molar occlusion. This new version of ScanBox reportedly takes up 41% less volume and has an autoclavable capacity. It can be adapted for all patients from 6 years old and up.

“We couldn’t be prouder to introduce our latest innovation as we continue to go further and break new ground with our solutions,” says Phillipe Salah, CEO of DentalMonitoring. “The ScanBoxpro is a game-changer for patients. It’s lightweight, portable and can easily join them on-the-go, anywhere, for high-quality scans powered by the first and most robust AI in the industry. In turn, it allows doctors to have control at every stage of treatment and helps automate their workflow while enhancing their patient experiences.”