Launca DL-100 Intraoral Scanner
Watch the video below for the quick introduction about our intraoral scanner
Watch the video below for light & small scanning handpiece of Launca intraoral scanner
Watch the video below for Launca DL-100 intraoral scanner standard workflow
Watch the video below for model scan with Launca intraoral scanner
Watch the video below for upper jaw scan with Launca intraoral scanner
More videos are coming soon about our intraoral scanner.
Introduces a revolutionary impression method
In prosthetic dentistry, the traditional impression is commonly used in dental clinics to acquire tooth models from a patient’s mouth. Even though this method is relatively easy to use clinically, the quality of the impression depends heavily on the dentist’s skill and experience. Therefore, often times, restorations from the lab require multiple adjustments to fit the preparations, causing excessive chair time, patient discomfort and even clinical imperfection.
The cutting-edge multi-channel true color 3d imaging technology guarantees high intraoral scanning accuracy. The ergonomic handheld scanning handpiece makes it so easy to hover in the mouth. Its open STL file export supports a variety of design and milling platforms.
Higher accuracy with a light spray
A thin layer of powder spray can significantly speed up the scanning and enhance data accuracy. The light spray application does not cover the true color of the gum and teeth, nor does it harm the patients.
Real-time video capture and simultaneous 3D reconstruction provide you instant scanning feedback.
Quick scan recovery
The video-based scan can be interrupted in a digital impression system due to loss of scanning handpiece position, and resuming the continuous scan is always troublesome in the mouth. With DL-100, the user can simply place the scanning handpiece to any scanned area to resume the scan.
A fashionable cart makes it easy to move in the clinic. Open STL data export facilitates a smooth transfer to any third-party CAD/CAM platform via the internet or built-in USB ports.
High definition 3D digital model for effective communication
Taking advantage of the high definition 3D digital models and pictures saved after each scan, dentists can communicate more effectively with patients about diagnosis and therapy.