Peebles Prosthetics, Inc. offers the latest in CAD technology and training assistance.
If you are new to digital dentistry, we will waive remake charges on digital STL cases during your first month (single posterior unit cases only) and 10% off all digital STL cases the second month! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We accept standard STL files for open systems.
Introducing the iTero® Element™ Intraoral Scanner
Proven Imaging Precision.
The iTero Intraoral Scanner is synonymous with high precision. Now, the iTero® Element™ scanner is engineered to deliver everything that doctors love about iTero scanners in a compact footprint with even bigger capabilities. The iTero Element scanner is designed to put the latest technology at your fingertips and make intraoral scanning fun.
The 3M™ True Definition Scanner—available in mobile or cart editions—offers unparalleled accuracy, ease of use and affordability for making fast, precise digital dental impressions. Proven to be more accurate and more consistently accurate than other leading intraoral scanners*, our 3D-in-motion video technology generates a true replica of your patient’s oral anatomy—giving you more visibility intraoral scanning for greater patient satisfaction.
Fast and comfortable
TRIOS makes scanning fast and easy for dentists and assistants ensuring optimal comfort for patients and reduced chair time. A recent study with forty-three patients showed that 16.3% disliked conventional impressions and none disliked scanning with TRIOS.
Documented high accuracy
Ensure optimal treatment results and fit for your patients. 3Shape TRIOS delivers high accuracy on single units, quads as well as full arch, as documented by several comparative university studies.
Harness the power of digital scanning and discover a smarter way to scan with the CS 3600—the intraoral scanner that delivers vibrant, full-color HD 3D images to help you achieve outstanding clinical results.
Accuracy is the combination of two important and complementary elements: trueness and precision. Trueness refers to whether a measurement matches the actual quantity being measured, while precision indicates the ability of that measurement to be consistently repeated.