The updated NobelClinician software allows clinicians to combine surface scan data from an intraoral scanner with CBCT data, which, when combined with prosthetic information from a diagnostic setup, can provide the full clinical picture in just one visit. As a result, clinicians are able to preview a proposed treatment plan with the patient during the first consultation, which can help increase patient acceptance of treatment and satisfaction.1,2
Choose the workflow that’s right for you
As with the current integrated workflow, the clinician takes a CBCT scan in line with their usual diagnostic procedures. The updated software’s SmartFusion technology now offers the choice to either effortlessly merge CBCT data with surface data from an intraoral scanner, or to fuse it with a model scan from the desktop scanner – whichever workflow suits their preferences and their patient’s needs.
With the merged hard and soft tissue data, NobelClinician provides a detailed visualization of the anatomical structures and prosthetic needs, enabling the clinician to diagnose and plan implant treatment based on intraoral soft tissue information and the underlying anatomy.
New planning possibilities with your existing intraoral scanner
NobelClinician accepts input from intraoral scanners that produce an STL file, so clinicians who are already using an IOS system that they’re satisfied with don’t have to invest in new equipment to benefit from the new intraoral scan workflow.
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