Neoss unveils novel implant solutions:NeoScan 2000 & NeoTell

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Neoss unveils two novel implant solutions: NeoScan 2000 and NeoTell

Neoss is showcasing its new NeoScan 2000 at the EAO–DGI joint meeting in Berlin at Booth #D43. (Image: Dental Tribune International)

Fri. 29. September 2023

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BERLIN, Germany: Neoss Group, a leading innovator in dental implant solutions, has launched the fast and easy-to-use wireless intra-oral scanner NeoScan 2000. This follows the success of last year’s release of NeoScan 1000. In addition, the company has introduced NeoTell, an affordable device that measures implant stability rapidly and precisely. This product is the first result of a collaboration between Neoss and Osstell, a global leader in implant stability measurement and osseointegration progress monitoring. Their partnership was announced earlier this year.

NeoScan 2000 offers dental practitioners the ultimate digital impression solution. Its wireless technology liberates clinicians from the constraints of cables, allowing for unrestricted mobility during scanning. This freedom enables effortless capture of even the most challenging proximal areas, ensuring comprehensive and precise digital impressions. Its long-range connectivity ensures stable and uninterrupted data transfer, eliminating signal dropouts and the need for constant repositioning.

“We believe that our new impression machine will make it possible for more dental professionals to start using digital impressions. NeoScan 2000’s combination of wireless technology, extended battery life, ergonomic design and affordability makes it the ultimate choice for dental practices looking to enhance their efficiency and precision,” commented Dr Robert Gottlander, president and CEO of Neoss Group.

Neoss Group announced that it will increase the free cloud storage in its NeoConnect to 1 TB, equivalent to about 25,000 cases. This is now available to any user of NeoScan. All NeoScan devices come with free upgrades of the NeoPro software and NeoConnect cloud service to help dental professionals experience seamless integration and maximise the potential of their scanner without any extra costs.

EAO attendees can also try out the newly launched NeoTell at the company's booth. (Image: Dental Tribune International)

NeoTell: A new device to measure implant stability

NeoTell empowers dental professionals with an intuitive and user-friendly device that delivers objective results without invasive procedures. With this proven technology, clinicians can make informed treatment decisions swiftly and confidently.

One of the key advantages of NeoTell is its affordability, making resonance frequency analysis (RFA) technology accessible to a wide range of dental practitioners. This affordability ensures that more clinicians can leverage the benefits of RFA technology. Patients can also anticipate improved outcomes, as this technology enables more precise assessment and treatment planning, ultimately leading to greater confidence and satisfaction in their dental implant procedures.

“NeoTell will offer clinicians the means to work more efficiently and effectively. Our collaboration with Osstell ensures that we can provide the dental community with a comprehensive solution that enhances the predictability and success of dental implant procedures. We believe that NeoTell will become an indispensable tool for dental professionals,” said Dr Gottlander.

Attendees of the EAO–DGI joint meeting in Berlin can learn more about NeoScan 2000 and NeoTell at the company’s booth (#D43). More information is available at neoss.com/neoscan and neoss.com/neotell.

Dental implantology Dental Implants EAO congress Intra-oral scanners Neoss Osstell Resonance frequency analysis

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