Clinically Tested. Statistically Superior.
Accuracy is the combination of two important and complementary elements: trueness and precision. Trueness refers to whether a measurement matches the actual quantity being measured, while precision indicates the ability of that measurement to be consistently repeated.
According to “Accuracy of Four Intraoral Scanners in Oral Implantology: A Comparative In-Vitro Study”1, the CS 3600 surpassed leading competitors by delivering the best performance in terms of overall trueness.
Not only did the CS 3600 have the best trueness results, it was also “significantly better” than the three other intraoral scanners. Because the “CS 3600 gave the best trueness results,” the study recommends its use in “similar clinical settings.”
The final takeaway gleaned from the study was that “no statistically significant differences were found in the precision among the four different IOS (intraoral scanners).”
1 Imburgia et al. BMC Oral Health (2017) 17:92 DOI 10.1186/s12903-017-0383-4