The 3M™ True Definition Scanner - available in mobile or cart editions - is accurate enough to trust with even your most challenging cases and easy for your staff to use. You enjoy improved productivity and lower operating costs, while your patients enjoy a more comfortable experience.
The lightweight wand is ergonomically balanced and allows one-handed scanning from multiple positions.
Please submit the information below and your local 3M sales representative will follow-up with you about the 3M™ True Definition Scanner.
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