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Grow your practice with the iTero scanner

Schedule a demo to expand your possibilities with an iTero intraoral scanner. 

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Introducing the iTero™ Lumina intraoral scanner

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Our Most Advanced Intraoral Scanner Yet

The iTero Lumina™ scanner, featuring iTero Multi-Direct Capture™ (MDC) technology, redefines the capabilities of intraoral scanners, establishing a new benchmark for practice efficiency. With effortless scanning and unparalleled visualization1, this compact wand represents a significant advancement for your practice.

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Expand Your Practice With The iTero™ Scanner

Restorative

By enhancing treatment predictability — from crowns and bridges to edentulous cases — iTero scanners boost your efficiency so you can get more out of your chair time.

Diagnostics

Build patient understanding and trust to drive treatment acceptance. With the Align™ Oral Health Suite, you and your staff can deliver personalized patient assessment on a range of clinical conditions with every scan, for both time efficiency and more engaging consultations.

Laborartory

The path to a more efficient and productive lab begins with iTero™ scanners. By receiving digital impressions, you can expedite the manufacturing process, leading to shorter turnaround times for restorations. This not only satisfies the doctors in your network but also fuels the growth of your business.

Orthodontic

iTero solutions help optimize your practice’s workflow and treatment accuracy and our rich 3D visuals can help you to better engage with patients.

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iTero NIRI technology (Near Infra-Red Imaging), an interproximal caries detection tool you can trust4

An article from a new clinical study validating the significant benefits of the iTero Element 5D Plus imaging systems as an aid in detection and monitoring of interproximal caries found the technology: 
  • is comparable to bitewing x-rays (BWX) in aiding the detection and diagnosis of interproximal caries lesions above the gingiva5.
  • was 66% more sensitive than bitewing x-ray for proximal lesions detection6.

With NIRI Technology

Surveyed doctors who used an iTero Element 5D scanner in their practice reported:

Increase in Interproximal Caries Detection1

With NIRI Technology

Surveyed doctors who used an iTero Element 5D scanner in their practice reported:

Increase in Business Revenue2

With NIRI Technology

Surveyed doctors who used an iTero Element 5D scanner in their practice reported:

Increase in Patient Acceptance3

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1. For Invisalign record-taking cases only. Based on a survey in September 2023 of n=22 users who participated in a global limited market release, working with iTero Lumina™ intraoral scanner for an average period of 6 months, representing both Invisalign trained general practitioners, orthodontists and their staff in NA, EU and APAC, who were presented with a 4 point level of agreement scale from strongly agree to strongly disagree with the following statement: “iTero Lumina™ intraoral scanner 3D model is comparable to that of an intraoral photo.” and “iTero Lumina™ intraoral scanner photorealistic scans enable orthodontic clinical assessment the same way intraoral photos do.” and “iTero Lumina™ intraoral scanner 3D model's superior 3D model eliminates the need to take intraoral photos." and “iTero Lumina™ intraoral scanner 3D model's superior 3D model boosts patient engagement. Data on file at Align Technology, as of November 15, 2023.
2. Based on a survey in May of 2019 of n = 15 practitioners who participated in a global limited market release, working with iTero Element 5D for an average period of 6 months, representing both GPs and Orthos in CAN, EU and APAC, who were presented with a level of agreement scale from strongly agree to strongly disagree with the following statement: “Incorporating the iTero Element 5D scanner into my current diagnostic protocol, I experienced an increase in treated interproximal caries cases on my patients at my practice”, and then asked to estimate the average increase in revenue for the practice. Data on file at Align Technology, as of November 15, 2019.
3.Based on a survey in May of 2019 of n = 15 practitioners who participated in a global limited market release, working with iTero Element 5D for an average period of 6 months, representing both GPs and Orthos in CAN, EU and APAC, who were presented with a level of agreement scale from strongly agree to strongly disagree with the following statement: “Incorporating the iTero Element 5D scanner into my current diagnostic protocol,, I experienced an increase in the number of accepted caries treatments by my patients at my practice”, and then asked to estimate the average increase. Data on file at Align Technology, as of November 15, 2019.
4. Based on a multisite clinical study conducted in real-world settings using iTero NIRI technology (Near Infra-red imaging) (n= 5,796 proximal tooth surfaces with 3,502 posterior proximal tooth surfaces in 102 patients ) as a tool in aiding in detection and diagnosis of interproximal caries above the gingiva. Data on file at Align Technology, as of February 10, 2021.
5. Based on a multisite clinical study conducted in real-world settings comparing iTero NIRI technology (Near Infra-red imaging) of the iTero Element 5D to bite-wing x-rays (BWX) (n= 3,502 posterior proximal tooth surfaces out of 5,796 proximal surfaces in 102 patients) as a tool in aiding in detection and diagnosis of interproximal caries above the gingiva. Data on file at Align Technology, as of February 10, 2021.
6. Based on a subset of 59 cases where iTero Element 5D imaging system was compared against the clinical evaluation of posterior proximal carious lesions above the gingiva as observed during caries debridement, reported as part of a multisite clinical study conducted in real world settings comparing iTero NIRI technology (Near Infra-red imaging) of the iTero Element 5D imaging system to bite-wing x-rays (BWX) (n= 3,502 posterior proximal tooth surfaces out of 5,796 proximal surfaces in 102 patients) as a tool in aiding in detection and diagnosis. Data on file at Align Technology, as of September 2, 2021.