Why Your Dental Practice Should Embrace Digital Workflow Now?
Nov 18, 2022
Digital Practice


Have you ever heard of the quote "Life begins at the end of your comfort zone"? When it comes to daily workflow, it's easy for us to settle into comfort zones. However, the drawback of this "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" mentality is that you'll probably miss out on the opportunities that a more efficient, intelligent, and predictable new way of working can bring to your dental practice. Change often occurs gradually and silently. You won't notice anything in the beginning until your patient's number drop because they are turning to a modern digital practice that adopts the latest digital dental technologies that can provide advanced treatment care for them.


For dental practices, embracing the digital revolution is a smart move that will pay off in many ways. Digital dentistry solutions make processes more efficient, are more patient-friendly, and help to drive case acceptance. Imagine viewing their intraoral images on screen versus taking a messy analog impression. There’s no comparison. Updating your tool is one of the best investments you can make.


3D intraoral scanner aids in the appropriate diagnosis and treatment of dental conditions and facilitates the fabrication of a broad range of prosthetic restorations such as crowns, bridges, veneers, implants, inlays & onlays. Its applications also cover orthodontics, and aesthetic treatment planning, not to mention guided implant planning and surgery, where it is used to precisely place implants.


Ease of use, efficiency, and accuracy are key features of an intraoral scanner. Advanced scanning technology ensures the scan data are highly detailed and accurate to ensure the final prosthesis is precise. This has enormous advantages over conventional impressions which are likely prone to error and may require repeat patient visits and chair time. Digital impression scanning is much faster and easier than traditional impression methods, and the turnaround time for fabricating restorations is fast too. Once the data transfer is complete, your lab partner can begin their work immediately. What's more, the scan data and images of digital impressions can be saved as a patient's digital dental case file and aid in the long-term evaluation of their oral health.


Other key benefits include patient safety and comfort. There is no need to place messy impression material inside the patient's mouth. Digital impressions taken by an intraoral scanner can be motivating, as the images encourage patients to chat with their clinicians and help them to better express their concerns and needs. It is much easier to communicate and move forward with treatment plans.




With high-speed scanning, superior data quality, intuitive workflow, and outstanding visualization capabilities, Launca DL-206 intraoral scanner is the ideal starting point for your dental practices to enter digital dentistry.


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