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Neoss Group, a front-runner in dental implant innovation, is excited to introduce the NeoScan 2000, a wireless intraoral (inside the mouth) scanner designed for quick and user-friendly operations. This new release builds upon the successful features of the earlier NeoScan 1000 model.

Dr. Robert Gottlander, the CEO of Neoss Group, says this about the release:

“With the NeoScan 2000, we’re hoping to expand the digital impression world for more dental experts. This scanner is the epitome of efficiency and precision, thanks to its wireless capabilities, extended battery duration, comfortable handling, and cost-effectiveness.” (Source)

The NeoScan 2000 stands out as a top-tier digital impression tool. The Neoss Group says that its wireless design frees dentists from the hassle of cables, granting full movement during scans. This simplifies capturing even the trickiest areas and helps ensure thorough and accurate digital impressions (scans).

The scanner’s advanced connectivity also reportedly minimizes disruptions, ensuring smooth data transfers without the signal issues that sometimes arise with this kind of tech.

Moreover, Neoss Group has generously boosted the free cloud storage of their NeoConnect platform to 1 terabyte — which works out to roughly 25,000 patient cases. Every NeoScan user can access this, along with complimentary updates for the NeoPro software and NeoConnect cloud service.

Practical Benefits For The Patient:

The first benefit that patients would most readily observe is the reduced time in the dental chair. The faster and more efficiently a dentist can obtain quality scans of the mouth, the quicker they can move on to other aspects of the examination.

This is a big plus for patients with busy schedules, where planning an appointment around exams that add extra appointment time can be tricky.

That’s actually a benefit to both parties, since shorter appointments also mean the dentist could potentially see more patients that day or make adjustments to the day’s schedule more easily.

Higher detail scans also mean greater transparency for patients. The dentist can use these scans to illustrate concerns or problem areas, such as cavities and gum disease. The more easily the patient can see what the dentist sees, the more readily they can understand the importance of treatment options.

This technology would also improve comfort for patients — especially young ones. Traditional oral scans require patients to bite down on a mold, which for some creates anxiety or becomes uncomfortable to maintain throughout the scan. Scanning technology like this remove the need for a bite mold.

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