Digital dentistry is around for a few years now, and many dental technicians consider stepping into a digital workflow. The approach opens up the possibilities with regards to materials, techniques and indications. And last but not least, evidence also shows that you can significantly reduce your production cost because this approach allows you to improve your overall processes.
Then the time is right, because with the GC Aadva high-end lab scanner we can offer you an approach that offers precision and an array of workflow options at the speed of light.
The GC Aadva Lab Scan is a fully automated lab scanner using the most recent projection and measurement technology.
Let this high-end lab scanner surprise you with its ‘scan – design – share’ approach that can be tailored to fit your needs and preferences.
Welcome to modern dentistry with the GC Aadva digital system …
a new world of advanced materials, tools and possibilities
to make your entrance in modern dentistry effortless.
It all starts with a high end dual camera system with structured blue led light. The output is a set of scan data with the highest precision allowing a perfect & passive fit of all your prosthetics…. From ingle crowns to the most complicated screw retained implant structures.
Gypsum model with preparation
Gypsum model with Scanflags
All in one thanks to a number of accessories: impression holder, multi die holder, wax up frame and much more.
The unique dots pattern recognizes in no time not only the position of the implant, but also type & brand and attributes this immediately to the virtual model. This technique eliminates the taking of multiple scans and the matching with a scan body library needed when working with the classical scan bodies.
To achieve maximum results, a number of accessories for different indications is available, including the patented Aadva Lab Scan scan flags with unique dot code system that are optimizing the scan performance of implant supported constructions on most used implant systems.
When you choose the GC Aadva Lab Scan, you choose a complete open system.
The scanner is equipped with AADVA Dental CAD powered by Exocad®,
the modern tool for every dental technician who wants to maximise digital dental solutions.
AADVA Dental CAD is reliable, robust and evolving with new applications on a regular base.
It is made by dental technicians … for dental technicians.
The AADVA Dental CAD Standard Software Pack contains all necessary modules to be able to design all types of crowns and bridges and bars. For implant supported prosthetics you can rely on a library with most popular implant types. The accessories needed for these indications are included as well.
But the software can also grow with your needs. The AADVA Dental CAD 2.0 Advanced Software Pack offers you the software modules and accessories that will allow you to work with a virtual articulator, to create splints, provisional crowns, design digitally printed models and many more.
GC’s approach to modern dentistry goes further than just scan & design. We also offer you a way to share.
With the GC Aadva Digital Services Platform it is you who decides how and with whom you work...
thanks to our complete open system. You have the freedom to control your workflow.
The GC Aadva Digital Services Platform can be a great help to you since it supports and facilitates communication with the GC production and service teams, but also with all open milling centres. The ability to interface with existing equipment allows laboratories to apply their preferred business strategy.
The GC Aadva Lab Scan comes with a high performance PC, a complete GC Aadva CAD software package and a GC Scan Kit – Technical data GC Aadva Lab Scan
|Technical data GC Aadva Lab Scan|
|Number of cameras||2|
|Light source||LED (Blue)|
|Positioning unit||2 axis (tilts & swivel)|
|Scan time single die*||< 60 s|
|Scan time per model*||2 min|
|Scan accuracy*||< 10 μm|
|Dimensions (w x h x l)||400 x 600 x 300 mm|
|Power supply||AC 110 / 220 Volt, 50 - 60 Hz|
*Source: GCE R&D Internal tests.
The measurement specifications are average values achieved under defined measurement conditions and after precise calibration of the sensor. Accuracy and resolution are depending on the object surface and the scanning conditions.