DDR Education completed a 10 days Asia Pacific Roadshow lecturing on the Itero Intra Oral Scanner Versatile applications

From the 19 to the 30 of October, the DDR Education team collaborated with Align Technology for an intensive Asian Pacific Roadshow, enhancing the versatile characteristic of the Itero Scanner. Align Technology is a global medical device company that is changing lives through better smiles. It reimagined and reinvented the way orthodontic and restorative treatment is presented and delivered to millions of people around the world through The iTero Element Intraoral Scanner which propels today’s dental practice into the future by enhancing the patient experience and elevating clinical precision. ITero intraoral scanners, in fact, are designed to deliver speed, reliability, intuitive operations, and outstanding visualization capabilities for general practitioners or orthodontists. iTero scans have been used in more than 4.3 million restorative crowns, bridges, and custom implant abutment cases and more than 18.0 million iTero orthodontic scans, for a total of 22.4 million scans.

The iTero Element scanner delivers speed, reliability, intuitive operations and outstanding visualization capabilities, all in a compact footprint. With the iTero Element, full arch scans can be taken in as little as 60 seconds* – saving time and improving patient experiences. Engineered to be portable, powerful and intuitive. It is digital innovation that is transforming practices around the world. iTero empowers you to visualize a better practice. Take advantage of numerous third-party workflows and solutions simply by connecting through an iTero scanner.
Doctors can send digital impressions to the lab of their choice and communicate seamlessly with external treatment planning, custom implant abutment, chairside milling, and laboratory CAD/CAM systems. iTero intraoral scans can enhance the accuracy and precision of the downstream restorative process.
The Agnini Brothers lecture was about this and many more features to engage the audience and the Asian pacific doctors within all the different options that the Itero scanner is offering. The roadshow started from Sidney, Australia, moving to Tokyo, Bangkok, Taipei and finishing in China, in Hangzhou and Beijing. All the lectures had an hands on session which helped the attendees to understand how to properly use all the different Itero Scanner technologies. DDR Education and Align are strictly collaborating worldwide and 2020 looks very promising on this regard.

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