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Understanding ‘in occlusion’ scans

Understanding ‘in occlusion’ scans

Most Cloud Design treatments require three scans:

  • Upper jaw

  • Lower jaw

  • Bite/occlusion

But all of the information for these three data types is usually stored in just the upper and lower scans. This eliminates the need for separate bite scan files.

When the upper and lower scans are opened together, they can automatically align into bite relation, allowing our designers to create appliances with excellent accuracy.

These scans are in occlusion:

These scans are not in occlusion, and are overlapping:

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