Autors: Galeva H., Uzunov T., Sofronov, Y. P., Todorov, G. D.
Title: Accuracy comparison of intraoral versus laboratory scanners used in the contemporary dental practice
Keywords: 3D scaner, intraoral, accuracy, dental

Abstract: The aim of this in vitro study was to compare the quality of the data obtained by intraoral and by laboratory 3D scanners. An artificial jaw with an acrylic tooth prepared for a full metal ceramic crown was used as a master model of the prosthetic field. A reference model was created by scanning this field by a coordinate measuring machine (CCM). The acrylic master model was scanned by four scanners using three different methods and six digital models were obtained. They were divided in three groups - direct intraoral scanning (DIS), laboratory stone scanning (LSS) and laboratory conventional impression scanning (LCIS). Each scan was saved in the STL file format. Using a computer program, each of the six digital models were compared with the reference model created by the CCM and the results were displayed as color maps. The minimal acceptable deviation was defined as the deviation from the digital standard within the ± 0.02 mm limits. Thus, the LSS group exhibited an average of 13.5%



    , 2022, Bulgaria, DOI 10.1088/1742-6596/2240/1/012039

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