Results of Study
CS 3600: A leader in accuracy, trueness and precisionWhen it comes to placing implants accuracy matters, and the CS 3600 intraoral scanner was found to give the most accurate results during a new study, “Trueness and Precision of Five Intraoral Scanners in the Impressions of Single and Multiple Implants: A Comparative In-Vitro Study.”1
In this study, trueness is quantified by the distances between a generated model and a reference model, where a smaller value indicates better trueness. Precision is quantified by distances between repeatedly generated models where a smaller value indicates better precision. Accuracy is a combination of trueness and precision, and an intraoral scanner must perform well in both trueness and precision tests to be considered “highly accurate.”
With few peer-reviewed studies evaluating the clinical efficacy of intraoral scanners in implantology, these latest findings from Drs. Francesco Guido Mangano, Uli Hauschild, Giovanni Veronesi, Mario Imburgia, Carlo Mangano and Oleg Admakin compared the trueness and precision of five intraoral scanners and determined which have both accurate and consistent results.
CS 3600: True Precision Implantology StudyAccording to the study, the CS 3600 had the best accuracy, while having the fewest triangles making up the meshes in all applications. By having the best trueness with the smallest number of triangles, the CS 3600 demonstrates the most efficient mesh generation process—which minimizes the size of the mesh file while still maintaining accuracy.
This is not the first time that studies have confirmed the CS 3600’s high performance. In a 2018 study,2 the CS 3600 outperformed other scanners, as well as traditional impressions, in finish line accuracy. Its trueness was also confirmed by a 2017 study that tested the accuracy of four intraoral scanners in oral implantology.3 If accuracy is important to the work you do at your practice, please complete the form so we can contact you. We would love to talk to you about how the CS 3600 can help you bring greater accuracy to your clinical outcomes.