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Aoralscan 3

SHINING 3D NEW Intraoral Scanner

It improves the overall clinical experience allowing users to easily acquire digital impressions in a faster and more accurate way. Powerful and intelligent data processing capabilities make Aoralscan 3 the perfect companion for first-time users as well as experienced users who demand the most from their scanning system.

  • Brand New Design
  • Fast Speed
  • High Accuracy
  • Powerful AI Process
  • Intuitive Communication

Brand New Design

  • One-button Control
  • Light Weight
  • Auto Anti-fogging
  • Ergonomically Designed for Optimal Handheld Operation
  • Dynamic LED Indicator

58 %

Greater Scan Field Of View Than Aoralscan 2

16×12 mm

FOV (Standard Tip)

up to 22 mm - Deep Scan Depth

Aoralscan 3 is suitable for various clinical scenarios including acquiring scan bodies and periodontal scans.

2 Tip Sizes

Accommodates adults and children Anti-fogging


up to 100 times

Autoclavable - Slimmer and 15% longer autoclavable scanner tips offer patients with more comfortable clinical experience.

Motion Sensing - Less Contact, Much Safer

Dentists can scan with minimal contact with the computer, ensuring a safe and efficient scan experience.

AI Scan - Speed Up The Scan

Automatically identifies and filters out unnecessary soft tissue data during scanning resulting in a quicker and cleaner scan process.

30% - More Accurate

Thanks to optimized algorithms and imaging mechanism, Aoralscan 3 carries out more accurate and precise results by 30%, meeting the clinical needs of different applications.

25s - 30% Faster

Single arch in 25s; Full arch in 1 min;

Clinical Toolkit

The clinical toolkit assists dentists to evaluate and pre-design the scanned data in their own clinic. It facilitates effective communication with dental labs to deliver quality dental work with high efficiency.


Undercut Check

Bite Check

Margin Line Auto Extraction


Tooth Marking

Coordinate Adjustment

Direct Export into exocad

Ortho Simulation - Preview To Be Decisive

Patients can preview images of their straightened-up results in real time.


The Aoralscan 3 intraoral scanner can be applied for clinical indications range spans general restorations, 3d teeth scan, implants and orthodontics. Whether through same-day chairside restorations or clinic-dental lab integrated treatments, it always provides a state-of-the-art user experience.


Inlay Onlay

All-on-6 Implant

6-Unit Bridge



Pediatric Dental Care


Customer Testimonials


Dr. Luigi Rubino from Genoa, Italy

Dr. George Ho from Vancouver, Canada

Dr. Ester Chiappetta from Treviglio, Italy

Technical Specifications

Scan Field Standard scanner tip: 16 mm × 12 mm × 22 mm;
Mini scanner tip: 12 mm × 9 mm × 22 mm;
Scan Principle Non-contact scanner with structured light
Dimension (L × W × H) 281 mm × 33 mm × 46 mm
Weight 240 ± 10 g (without cables)
Output STL, OBJ, PLY
Connector USB 3.0
Power Input 12V DC/3 A

Recommended System Configuration

CPU Intel Core i7-8700 or higher
RAM 16GB or more
Hard Drive 256 GB SSD or above
Graphic Card (GPU) NVIDIA® RTX 2060 6GB DDR3 or higher *
Operating System Windows 10 Professional (64-bit) or later versions of Windows operating systems
Screen Resolution 1920x1080, 60 Hz or higher
I/O Ports More than 3 Type-A USB 3.0 (or higher) ports

* RTX 30 series graphic card can not support AI function for all intraoral scanners and lab scanners.

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