With continual advancement and improvement in the field of dentistry and dental technology, clients are investing in chairside digital impression systems for better accuracy, patient comfort, and fabrication time. ProSmiles Dental Studio is a digitally enabled dental laboratory ready to partner with your office and streamline workflow and reduce the time and cost of treatment. For both traditional and implant restorations, we accept digital impression scans for iTERO, 3Shape TRIOS, PLANSCAN, and 3M True Definition Scanner. With digital impressions, you will save on impression material, trays, and one-way shipping, but most importantly – your patient’s comfort!
DDX - We are happy to provide, at no cost to our clients, the Digital Dental Exchange (DDX) portal for your digital needs. This is our preferred digital portal due to the ease of use and integration with our case management software. No matter your scanner model or software, you will be able to create a new case with an electronic RX and attach all necessary files for us to begin the restoration. Simply export your scanned image file as a “.stl” file and upload to the case. In addition, you can view open cases to upload additional information, see estimated shipping dates, and UPS tracking information. You can also make account payments through this portal, or if you'd prefer, we can set up autopay for a convenient once-a-month payment.
DON’T FORGET TO EMAIL US YOUR PHOTOS
If you have sent us a scan outside of DDX or another portal that allows for additional file attachments, once you submit your Rx form to us, don’t forget to email your photos to: firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR SETTING UP YOUR WORKFLOW AND PLANNING YOUR DIGITAL OUTSOURCING NEEDS, CALL OR EMAIL US AT 605-791-0652 OR INFO@PROSMILESDENTALSTUDIO.COM
• Even if you mark the shade guide number on the Rx form, it’s always best to also email a photo
• Be sure to include the shade guide tab number in the photo and make sure it’s visible and not covered up
• Please note the doctor and patient names in the email rather than just the practice or assistant’s name
• A smartphone actually works best for photos. Do not use intraoral scanners to take photos. Scanners don’t represent colors well enough.
• Don’t send any black and white photos or photos of patients from years ago