This video shows you how to scan wax-up bottom with normal multidie (Not flexible multidie).
In this video we are presenting you our new "Flip occlusion" feature, allowing you rotate the occlusion scan of 180 degrees if you had to scan it in an inverted upper and lower jaw position.
In this video we are presenting you our new "Scan body and model together" feature, You don't need to separate scan body from a tooth model for scanning.
In this video we are presenting you our new "Scan and edit" feature, allowing you to modify any scan data during the scan process to speed up the post processing with lighter and cleaner data
In this video we are presenting you our new Calibration button feature, allowing you, not only to calibrate before, but also at any stage of the scan process without having to stop the work in progress.
In this video we are presenting you our new scan body strategy, allowing you to complete any implant work even if you have less physical scan body than required.
In this video we are presenting you our new Waxup Bottom feature, allowing you to scan your waxup all around, especially important to capture the pontic areas.
In this video we are presenting you our new extended settings, allowing you more choices and flexibility across the entire software.
In this video we are presenting you our new "Impression scan and stump" feature, allowing you to scan a triple tray impression as well as single gypsum die to combine the convenience of impression scanning with the accuracy of stone model scanning.
This video shows screw retained model scanning and scanbody alignment work-flow using the Identica Hybrid and Identica Software v2.0.
With the Identica Software v2.0 update, you can now easily import scanbody libraries provided by third parties, which align well with your scan data.
After updating, re-aligning the scanbody again in the Exocad Software is not necessary.
This video shows you the orthodontic scanning work-flow using Identica Hybrid and Identica Software v2.0.
Medit realizes accurate data is essential for effective orthodontic treatment planning and care. Identica Hybrid and Identica Software provides precise digital orthodontic scan data and accurate gingival structure in just few minutes.
You can find the embrasures of the above scan data (right image) captured in the orthodontic mode are smoother and cleaner than the scan data achieved in the general mode and all holes are filled after automatic data merging. If you would like to capture additional data, just click 'add-scan'.
Click the video link below to see the orthodontic scan workflow.
In this video tutorial by Larry Rudolph, CDT, he is editing the preparation teeth of a scanned impression with Identica software and designing with Exocad.
Larry is editing the lingual of the preparation teeth and smoothing the scan data for better results.
This webinar shows you the scanning of 4 upper preparations and 12 lower preparations using Medit's flexible multi-die at the same time.
When following the conventional method, you need to scan the upper/lower base and prep teeth separately, but now you can scan them together to maximize your productivity and efficiency.
Click the video link below to learn how to use the flexible multi-die.
Larry Rudolph, CDT, starts off this tutorial by saying that his favorite feature of Identica Hybrid is the 3-axis arm for the auto impression scanning. See how Larry uses the 3-axis arm to improve the speed and efficiency of impression scanning.
Larry walks us through impression scanning with the Identica Hybrid and design steps with Exocad software.
Please watch our latest video (8:48) showing how to scan an impression with the 3-axis arm.
Larry Rudolph CDT, presents the design of a zirconia crown and custom abutment using the Medit Identica Hybrid scanner and Exocad design software.
Larry shows each step of the workflow from scan to design and includes insightful tips and tricks along the way.
Medit's new and most advanced scanner the Identica Hybrid is the market leader for digital dentistry and is fast, accurate and reliable.
At Medit we understand the most crucial thing for any laboratory owner is the precision, speed, usability and efficiency of the initial step of scanning when making any restoration. In this respect the Identica Hybrid is designed to accommodate all of the user's needs.
Below is a custom abutments and 14-unit implant supported bridge case, made by Chang-Woo Woo, CDT, Ph.D., resulting from a duplicated wax-up denture scan using Identica Hybrid.
The framework in this case is made of Pekkton PEKK block of Cendres+Métaux company from Switzerland and the restorations are secured to that framework. The Custom abutment is milled using the colLab Receiver milling machine.
It is designed with Exocad, referring to the shape from the crowns and framework scan data obtained by scanning a wax-up, which is made from duplicating the used denture, as seen in the right below image.
The framework is manufactured using Pekktone PEKK block based on the designed data and the gingiva is made of resin build up on the Pekktone framework, then the crowns are placed into position to complete the bridge.
Identica Hybrid not only guarantees the highest precision of scan data, but also has a large operating space for larger articulators such as Artex, Kavo and Sam. This case was made with the models scanned in articulation to guarantee the patient’s precise occlusal data and then the tooth model designed using the virtual articulator.
Through this video, Larry Rudolph, CDT, shows us the scan and design steps for a screw-retained crown restoration of a single implant using Identica Hybrid scanner and Exocad.
In part 2/2, Larry Rudolph, CDT, takes us through the exocad design portion of a case involving a zirconia crown under an existing partial clasp.
Also, if you are in Chicago for Lab Day 2016 (Friday, February 26 @ 10:15 am), be sure to visit Larry's clinic for 2 CE credits.
In part 1/2, Larry Rudolph, CDT, takes us through the scanning portion of a case involving a zirconia crown under an existing partial clasp.
Larry walks us through each step of the scanning with helpful tips and tricks along the way.
Also, if you are in Chicago for Lab Day 2016, be sure to visit Larry's clinic for 2 CE credits.