Elos Accurate® Scan Body
The Key to a Digital Workflow
Most implant systems require a specific scan body implant, limiting you to working in a closed system with a unique library structure. This prevents your from creating your own choice of prosthetic construction. There are two things to consider when choosing a scan body: accuracy and direct access to an open digital workflow.
For an Open Digital Workflow
It takes accuracy and precision to create customized dental implant prosthetic constructions. In the digital workflow, the scan body together with the dental library plays the leading role in obtaining consistently high precision results.
Perform an intra-oral scan or scan the plaster model
to enter the open digital workflow
Correct identification of the dental implant
The scan body is placed directly on the implant, abutment or analog and is intended to identify the exact X, Y and Z axes in the dental software which specify the correct height, rotation and angular situation. A scan body is a digital dentistry device that is used by both dentists and dental technicians to identify the exact position, angle and height of a dental implant. It is important to enter the digital workflow directly at the dental clinic or, if a conventional impression is made, by scanning the plaster model at the dental laboratory.
Available for the major implant platforms
Elos Accurate® Scan Body is well known and used within the Elos Accurate® portfolio as well as by some of the larger implant manufacturers. Elos Accurate® Scan Body is available for implants from Camlog, Dentsply Sirona, Neoss, Nobel Biocare, Straumann and Zimmer Biomet.
Two versions of the scan body: IO and IO SA
We constantly strive for simplification and we are now streamlining the Elos Accurate® Scan Body portfolio to only one scan body per implant platform and have renamed our IO SA scan body to IO. Even though the name and REF have changed, the physical product is still the same and both versions can be used in the libraries