The system is one of the most exciting achievements in dentistry. The iTero Scanner maps your mouth to help our dentists create accurate digital map of your mouth. The procedure is comfortable, safe and accurate. Frank R. DePaola, DDS & Assoc., are proud to offer iTero as an advanced alternative to traditional impressions which can be unpleasant and messy.
What is the iTero Scanner?
The iTero Scanner creates a digital map which is then used to create 3-d images which the lab uses to create crowns, bridges, and Invisalign aligners. This technology helps us to give you the most accurate dental work available today.
In the past, impressions of a patient’s mouth were often a innacurate, time consuming and uncomfortable. Large metal trays with liquid plaster were used to create a mold. Patients who experienced this were often left gagging and with goop in their teeth. The iTero scanner eliminates the need for any goop or trays and leave your mouth as clean as when the procedure began.
As we begin the process of scanning your mouth, our doctor will show you the images as they are taken on the monitor. After we have finished taking images of your entire mouth, we then create a 3-dimensional image using the digital system.
What People Say About Us!
Shea was incredibly thorough and professional in her cleaning. She was knowledgeable throughout the whole process. Frank was insightful and a pleasure to speak with. I will be returning.
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Who makes the iOC Dental Scanner?
Cadent iTero powers the system – a Pioneer in Digital Dentistry with 15 years in the orthodontic field, and 7 years in restorative dentistry.
How long does teeth scanning take?
The iTero iOC captures dental impressions in 6-8 minutes. As soon as your scan is complete you can view the smile on our monitor and see the simulated outcome if you are getting Invisalign.
Please contact The Practice at Maxwell Place using the form at the right side of the page or call 201-792-9400 today to schedule a consultation. Dr. Frank DePaola serves patients in Hoboken, Jersey City, and throughout Hudson County, New Jersey.