Meet iTero Element
The iTero Element Intraoral Scanner is designed to fit your practice even better than before. Whether you are a general practitioner or orthodontist, iTero Element is designed to deliver speed, reliability, intuitive operations, and outstanding visualization capabilities.
With iTero Element, you can fit high-precision scanning power almost anywhere. Choose between two form factors for the option that best fits your practice.
ADVANCED WAND FEATURES
The redesigned wand features built-in controls, including side buttons and touchpad for user interface control. Integrated gyro technology lets you rotate models on screen. Plug and play wand cable quickly connects and disconnects to the base unit. And the patent pending ITO defogging system defogs instantly without needing air or extended warming.
CERTIFIED CONNECTIVITY WORKFLOWS
iTero Element scans are engineered to work with the Invisalign system, the exclusive Invisalign Outcome Simulator, OrthoCAD®, and OrthoCAD Viewer. It’s also designed to connect to restorative and orthodontic labs, third-party treatment planning, custom implant abutment, chairside milling, and lab CAD/CAM systems.
CUSTOM WHEEL STAND OPTION
Move the iTero Element intraoral scanner easily between operatories.
Industry-leading, open-choice imaging lets you view images in 3D. Easy visualization improves visibility and chairside communication with patients.
HIGH-DEFINITION MULTI-TOUCH DISPLAY
Scanned images appear instantly with crisp definition on the 19″ high- definition, multi-touch display. The display also works with latex, vinyl, and nitrile gloves.
Intuitive operation can transform clinical workflows. Spin, pinch zoom, and process images with a touch.
With a scan capture time of 40-50 milliseconds, iTero Element is designed to capture 20 scans per second, instead of the current iTero scanner’s one scan per second.
View colour images to easily distinguish between gingival and dental tissue for more precise clinical evalutation.
CONVENIENT COUNTER STAND OPTION
Integrate iTero Element as a stationary scanner within the operatory.