The iTero Element® Intraoral Scanner takes digital imaging to the next level. Its parallel confocal imaging technology uses optical and laser scanning to achieve high precision and accuracy without powder or complicated hovering.
This is why iTero scanners have been used in more than 2.6 million restorative crown, bridge and custom implant cases. And doctors have performed more than 7.6 million iTero orthodontic scans, including more than 3.7 million Invisalign treatment related scans*.
The iTero Element scanner is engineered to better support Invisalign software and workflows, using improved imaging technology that significantly increases scan speed, accuracy and oers exceptional visualisation capabilities – all with a more compact footprint and intuitive interface.
• iTero Element scanner works seamlessly with the Invisalign system to
give your patients a smoother and more personalised experience.
• High precision imaging technology allows you to scan a full
arch in under a minuteᶺ.
• Increase Invisalign treatment case volume and drive practice growth,
iTero Element scanner can pay for itself within a year.†
• Share the simulated Invisalign treatment outcome directly
from the iTero Element scanner with your patients, to aid
treatment acceptance and chairside communication.
• Monitor your patient’s treatment effectively and easily against
the original Treatment Plan with the 3D Progress Assessment
tool. Monitor which teeth are moving according to plan to help
you to achieve optimal treatment outcomes.
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*Data on file at Align Technology, as of April 1, 2018. Invisalign scans include but not limited to additional aligner order scans, progress tracking, and does not reflect total Invisalign case shipments.
^Data on file at Align Technology as of Q2 2017. With the iTero 1.5 software upgrade, patient scans can be completed in as little as 60 seconds with the same accuracy and reliability that you have come to expect from iTero scanners.
†Study sponsored by Align Technology. Mackay M, et al. Acquisition of a digital intraoral scanning device: An examination of practice volume changes and the economic impact via an interrupted time series analysis. J Clin Dent 2017;28(Suppl):S1-S5.