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The MEDIT Times - Best Practices of July 2022 - Edition 2

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We are pleased to present the MEDIT Times, where we share some of the most fantastic Medit moments from our users.

We hope this newsletter empowers our users to further explore digital dentistry.

Share your workflow and useful tips with us by joining the Medit Users Group on Facebook or by emailing us at mktg@medit.com.

Those featured in the MEDIT Times will receive a box of tips (valued at USD 300) as a small thank you gift.

We always love to hear your feedback!



Face Scan for More Comprehensive Results!

By Antonino Cacioppo


Medit - Face Scan

"Face Scan (or extra oral scan) is useful for checking, registering, and communicating to labs of information about extraoral lines and occlusal planes needed to obtain good rehabilitation."


Medit - Face Scan

Medit - Face Scan


Face Scan allows you to scan distinctive features of the face such as the mouth (lips) and nose to:

       - Make it easier to align to the midline.  
       - Improve communication between clinicians and labs during Smile Design.
       - Improve patient acceptance and overall treatment experience by providing
         expected results.


Medit - Face Scan


The Face Scan feature also allows you to import 3D face data and 3D bone data (in OBJ, PLY, STL formats) to be aligned with the intraoral scan data and face data obtained using an intraoral scanner.


For more on Face Scan, please click here.



The Era of Digital Patients

By Andrea Bevilacqua



"Digital Patient is a new vision of dentistry and medicine.
Patient files are aligned and updated when patients visit clinics.

You can manage files for not only projects and measurements, but also to donate smiles from one to another.

It's sort of like a 'medical avatar.'"