Used CAD/CAM Dentistry Product Guide
Find the perfect dental CAD/CAM system for your operatory by reviewing our used cad/cam product guide. We've highlighted some of the most popular cad/cam dentistry units in our store. Click on the section headings or equipment cards to be taken to the item’s product page, which offers detailed specs, user manuals, and current inventory for sale.
The CEREC Omnicam is currently the latest model of CEREC from Sirona. It can capture images in 2D and 3D, and offers both an anti-shake feature and a color-streaming feature.
Unlike the Redcam and Bluecam, the Omnicam requires no powder. As the camera moves over the teeth, a photo-realistic image is displayed in full color with crisp clarity.
The CEREC AC Bluecam is the second newest model after the Omnicam. It was the first system to enable both chairside restoration milling and transmission of digital impressions to the laboratory.
It offers both single tooth and full jaw acquisition and features automatic exposure control. It requires powder, but the camera can be placed directly on the tooth.
The CEREC 3 Redcam is the oldest CEREC model on the used market. Its name comes from the infrared light it uses to acquire images. It offers 8MB of storage space and processes images in 0.133 seconds.
The Planmeca PlanScan is a lightweight, handheld scanner that connects to a laptop or computer system. It offers powder-free scanning, Microsoft Windows support, and open STL format. It uses autoclavable scanning tips.
The Carestream CS3500 is a handheld CAD/CAM scanner that features high-angulation scanning and a unique light-guidance system. It connects to a computer through a direct USB connection. It's compatible with both disposable and autoclavable tips.
The Cadent iTero is a system for CAD/CAM dentistry that features an LCD monitor with built-in speakers, integrated keyboard, wireless mouse, and wireless foot pedal.
The 3M True Definition acquisition unit features a touchscreen monitor. It has the smallest profile of any CAD/CAM dentistry acquisition cart. Its scanner uses a narrow, angled tip and requires no calibration.
We hope this guide has helped you find the best used CAD/CAM dentistry system for your practice. You can browse our entire selection of CAD/CAM units here. Check back often, because our inventory changes daily!