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A Proper Scan Strategy for Scanning a Full Arch
By Jeremy Corbett on February, 1 2019

In this instructional blog, we will walk you through a proper scan strategy for a full arch. By following these steps, you won’t miss anything important when scanning your arches!  

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A Proper Scan Strategy for Scanning Quadrants
By Jeremy Corbett on January, 23 2019

This instructional blog will provide a scan strategy for scanning quadrants. Keeping these tips in mind will help you achieve accurate results for your intraoral scans.

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How to Prepare for Scanning Implants with an Intraoral Scanner
By Jeremy Corbett on October, 18 2018

This blog explains how to prepare for a successful intraoral scan for implants in a concise manner.  Especially when you are new to the equipment, having check points helps to grow...

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How to Prepare for Scanning General Prosthodontics with an Intraoral Scanner
By Jeremy Corbett on October, 4 2018

In this blog, we will walk you through how to prepare for a successful intraoral scan for general prosthodontics.  To get accurate scan data, you need to follow four steps: tooth...

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Product Knowledge, Tutorials

3 Tips & Tricks for the i500 by Professor Kim Jongyub
By Amylia Zainal on August, 22 2018

Since the launch of our i500 intraoral scanner this year, we’ve had users who have been sharing their experiences of using the device. It’s been exciting to check out the various...

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How to Ensure Proper Fitting for Crowns (for Dental Clinics)
By Amylia Zainal on May, 31 2018

Now that you’ve bought an intraoral scanner, how do you use it to ensure the best results for your patients’ dental treatments? To help you get the best results with your intraoral...

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Technology, Tutorials

Replica denture - part #2
By MW Song on December, 28 2017

You can change the articulator type and texture setting in the Scan strategy setting.

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Technology, Tutorials

Replica denture - part #1
By MW Song on December, 22 2017

The need to replicate dentures is a common task in many dental laboratories.

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How to create a duplicate denture
By Glenn Kennedy on November, 27 2017

Replicate existing dentures to archive them or create a surgical or radiographic guide, with fast, accurate, high quality scans from Medit Identica T300/T500 dental scanners and colLab...

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Extended scan settings (Video)
By Jean-Francois Emmrich on September, 28 2017

In this video we are presenting you our new extended settings, allowing you more choices and flexibility across the entire software.

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Wax-up bottom (Video)
By Jean-Francois Emmrich on July, 29 2017

 The chief benefit of using the best scanning software is ensuring accurate scanning of the wax sculpture, including the underside and the area where a pontic will sit.

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Wax-up bottom using multi die (Video)
By Jean-Francois Emmrich on July, 29 2017

Our new wax-up bottom scanning functionality allows you to scan a wax-up bottom with a normal multi die. This optimized functionality allows the scanning of both the intrados and...

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Two impreesion tray and bite tray (Video)
By Jean-Francois Emmrich on July, 29 2017

When you need to scan two separate impression and bite trays for occlusion, colLab's Two Impression Tray and Bite Tray feature offers this functionality. Before scanning an upper and...

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Scanbody strategy (Video)
By Jean-Francois Emmrich on July, 29 2017

On some implant cases you may not have enough scan bodies to work with. Our new Scan Body Strategy technology solves this by allowing you to take scans of scan bodies sequentially....

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