Using your Scanner to Submit to DynaFlex®

 

DynaFlex can accept scans taken through any intra oral scanner - including but not limited to: CEREC Omnicam, 3Shape TRIOS, Carestream CS 3500, 3M True Definition, Planmeca, and iTero.

Important Note: DynaFlex can accept .stl files from ANY scanner. If your scanner is not listed, call 1-800-489-4020 for more info.

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The Process

Step 1

Option A. Take Your Scan – Most scanners allow you to send your scans directly to DynaFlex using your scanners drop down menu. If your scanner does not support this feature, you can manually export your scans directly to DynaFlex. DynaFlex can accept an .stl file from any scanner. If it’s your first time submitting a scan, please contact the 3D.Ortho department at 800-489-4020 for initial setup up instructions. Setup is quick and easy.

How To Scan A Bite

Option B. Take PVS Impressions – Using high quality PVS material, take impressions of the upper and lower arch, pour impressions immediately in stone or wrap the impressions with a wet paper towel and place in sealed bag for shipment to DynaFlex.

Step 2

A. Complete Your Prescription – Filling out your prescription has never been easier! Every case requires a DynaFlex prescription to be completed and submitted.

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Step 3

Option A. Digitally Submit Your Case - If your case was submitted directly from your scanner, simply email your EZ- Align prescription to rx@dynaflex.com. If your scanner does not have the capabilities to send the scan directly, please call and easily set up submission through our 3D.Ortho Portal.

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Option B. Traditionally Submit Your Case - DynaFlex accepts your PVS impressions or working models. If you are mailing models, please make sure to wrap each model individually to avoid any damage. All models should be marked with both the patient and doctor’s name for proper identification. Impressions should be disinfected prior to sending. Submit Rx through mail. It is very important to fill the prescription fully and accurately.

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