Neoss Group is showcasing NeoScan 1000—new easy-to-use intra-oral scanner

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Neoss Group is showcasing NeoScan 1000—new easy-to-use intra-oral scanner

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Neoss is currently showcasing its novel scanner at the EAO congress at the company’s booth (#C55). (Image: DTI)
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By Neoss

Thu. 29. September 2022

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GENEVA, Switzerland: At Neoss Integrate 2022 in June in Gothenburg in Sweden, Neoss Group launched its new easy-to-use intra-oral scanner, the NeoScan 1000, which quickly became a favourite among everyone testing it. Now, the intra-oral scanner is available for all dental professionals to purchase from the Neoss online store and from local sales professionals or customer services. Dental professionals can also test the novel scanner at the EAO congress at the Neoss booth (#C55).

“Finally, we can share the NeoScan 1000 with the full dental community. The positive feedback from our users has been exceptional. While I knew it was good, the feedback has confirmed it is even better. This intra-oral scanner will make it possible for more dental professionals to afford to do digital impressions, saving many patients from the trauma of a traditional impression,” said Dr Robert Gottlander, CEO and president of Neoss Group.

This easy-to-use, accurate, compact and lightweight intra-oral scanner enables a flexible workflow with open files, making the output very easy to share among the dental team. With an easy USB cable connection and full touch screen support, the NeoScan 1000 will excite dental professionals alike—and it comes at a very affordable price!

“The NeoScan 1000 is a superfast, lightweight and easy-to-use scanner. I had the pleasure of being part of the early testing and have used the scanner for several digital impression indications at my clinic with excellent results. Digital dentistry is in need of more cost-efficient solutions so that clinicians can use it to its full potential. The NeoScan 1000 has the potential to do just this,” commented Dr Marcus Dagnelid, board-certified prosthodontist.

Neoss is offering hands-on courses led by Dr Dagnelid on the NeoScan 1000 at the EAO congress. Dental professionals are invited to join the workshops on Friday, 30 September, either from 09:00 to 11:30 or from 14:00 to 16:30.

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