Thoughts about E4D Camera…

This topic contains 21 replies, has 14 voices, and was last updated by  michalandrewjohn February 20, 2016.

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    Mike Moroni
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    Amy- I have used Cerec as well, the problem with their plastic ‘boot’ is that it can cut the tissue pretty easily with that hard plastic edge.

    The E4D rubber/plastic stand off can indeed be difficult to use, but it is more comfortable. If I run out of room on the distal of second molars, I remove the stand off camera and scan without.

    #6047

    Dr Doom
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    Funny, I stop using the boot some time ago and anchor off the anteriors for stability. Gave up years ago dong upper 1st and 2nd’s with the boot on and just worked through it. The boots I do use are very modified.

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    Melissa Meyerson
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    I have an isolite and honestly it gets in the way of scanning. I agree with Mike about the retraction technique and the fog. I also remove the rubber tip sometimes and just steady the camera on the opposing arch or my finger. I have found that practice makes perfect on scanning!

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    danielle James
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    I like the stand offs to use always unless you are scanning a back posterior. In which case you may not have enough room for it.

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    Damon Jenkins
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    Just to end this thread. I would like to thank D4D for adding my suggestions, I made a year ago, to the NEVO wand. 😉 And, I would like to thank all of you for your suggestions and tips

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    CHEN dhs
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    Gave up years ago dong upper 1st and 2nd’s with the boot on and just worked through it. The boots I do use are very modified.

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    michalandrewjohn
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