A Turnkey Digital Restoration Solution for Dentists
With Heron IOS, you get a complete, turnkey solution with a small, lightweight intraoral scanner combined with our QuantorClinic software package. QuantorClinic supports all initial stages of the dental restoration workflow, including order management, scanning, validation, commenting and order submission, all in one application and accessible from one interface.
Designed to Fit into the Modern Dental Practice
The scanner is an optical impression system that creates digital 3D models for dental restorations. It records the tooth morphology for use in CAD/CAM for dental restorative prosthetic devices.
The hand-held scanner features a small, lightweight hand- and mouthpiece and a rotatable tip for providing the best possible ergonomic grip and use. It also offers premium features such as color capture, and a built-in heater to prevent fogging. With this intraoral scanner for digital impression taking, 3DISC provides a complete solution for the most common types of restorations in dentistry. Heron IOS is developed and manufactured in the United States.
- Lightweight and ergonomic design makes it extremely easy to use
- Weighs only 150 grams, significantly less than other intraoral scanners
- Rotating tip for optimal angle when scanning upper and lower arches
- No powder or spray required
- Anti-fog system
The QuantorClinic Application – Built for Collaboration
Each scanner comes with QuantorClinic, a software application that handles order management and scanning, as well as lab sharing. Built on exocad’s OEM software platform, one of the most widely used platforms in the industry, QuantorClinic offers an interface and functions that are easy-to-use and built for collaboration. The software also aids in the creation of restorations such as Crowns, Bridges, Inlays, Onlays and Veneers, thus increasing productivity by facilitating the restoration workflow.
Users can electronically transmit scan data from Heron IOS and QuantorClinic into 3rd party Dental CAD systems for use in fabricating the desired restoration. Once a dental case is final, it is also ready for any method of manufacturing.