Medit unveils updates to its Medit Link Software

Korean provider of 3D intraoral scanners and digital dentistry solution Medit has announced updates to its Medit Link software, which aims to enhance the synergy between dental clinics and laboratories.

Medit Link Software
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The updates for Medit Link offer a more intuitive interface for efficient management of dental scanning, case ordering, and the design and production of dental prostheses. The updates contain Medit Link v3.2.0, which includes the release of Medit Scan for Clinics v1.11.0 and Medit Scan for Labs v1.6.0, each equipped with features.

“With the latest enhancements in our Medit Link and Medit Scan software, we have taken a significant leap forward in optimizing the performance of intraoral scanners. Our technology is designed to ensure that these scanners not only deliver precision and speed but also offer an intuitive user experience,” said CTO at Medit, Michael Lee.

The new patient menu in Medit Link v3.2.0 offers a streamlined method for managing cases by patient, enhancing organisational efficiency. Additionally, the ‘patient filtering’ feature allows for a more targeted approach to case management, significantly improving workflow efficiency.

Furthermore, Medit Scan for Clinics v1.11.0 brings advancements in the scanning process, enabling a smoother, more accurate experience. It allows resumption from previously acquired scan data, reducing misalignments, especially in critical areas. High-resolution data processing for HD scan areas and the ‘smart scan review’ feature are designed to improve accuracy and reduce the need for repeat scans.

Similarly, Medit Scan for Labs v1.6.0 introduces features such as intelligent additional scanning and the new ‘half arch alignment’ feature, further enhancing lab efficiency and precision.

“These updates to Medit Link and Medit Scan software are more than just improvements; they are a testament to our commitment to innovate and lead in digital dentistry. Our focus has always been on providing solutions that not only meet but exceed the expectations of dental professionals and patients,” said CEO of Medit, GB Ko.

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