An easy way to make first digital impressions
Ivoclar introduces VivaScan – a compact and intuitive intraoral scanning solution for dental practices

Schaan, Liechtenstein – 1 June 2022

Ivoclar, one of the world's leading manufacturers of integrated solutions for high-quality dental applications with a comprehensive portfolio of products and systems for dentists and dental technicians, presents another innovation to the dental market: The all-new VivaScan is a compact and intuitive intraoral scanning solution for dentists who wish to enter the world of digital dentistry. Due to its standalone design, the device can be easily and effortlessly integrated into the daily practice routine, where it delivers compelling scanning results and enables a more efficient workflow.

With an intraoral scanner, dentists can take digital impressions of their patients' teeth quickly and without any difficulties. Compared to conventional impressioning, digital impression taking is significantly more time-saving and convenient for the patient. In addition, the patient obtains an interesting view of their own teeth and a thorough understanding of the treatment, which benefits the oral health of the patients and improves their well-being in the long term.

VivaScan – an easy way to make a great impression
The VivaScan is a compact, powerful intraoral scanner for the dental practice, offering a flexible scanning experience. Its slim, lightweight and ergonomic design makes scanning a smooth task. Because of its lightweight (only 230 g), the VivaScan flexibly fits into the routine workflows of dentists. Thanks to the device's plug-and-play function, the VivaScan can be used as a mobile, portable system. The scanner only needs to be connected to a laptop via a single cable, which further enhances its easy handling. Additional cables that could get in the way during the scanning process are thus a thing of the past.

VivaScan – simplicity and performance combined
The VivaScan makes comfortable scanning possible. It is a compact scanner that comes with two different sized tips (normal and small) to fit the individual needs of each patient and make digital impression taking as comfortable and effective as possible. The normal tip of VivaScan is ideal for general scans, while the smaller tip is best for scanning in hard-to-reach areas or for patients with a small mouth. The high speed of the new VivaScan enables fast, efficient scanning and allows dentists to treat a larger number of patients without wasting precious time. Thus, the innovative laser scanning technology delivers highly accurate results to provide patients with superbly fitting restorations that put a smile on their faces.

Ivoclar Cloud – the direct connection with the laboratory
With the VivaScan, Ivoclar offers an easy and uncomplicated entry into digital dentistry. In addition to the intraoral scanner, the dental company offers its customers a software solution for the secure exchange of data. With the user-friendly and intuitive software, scans can be sent directly to the laboratory of choice in an optimized workflow. The integrated file sharing solution provides the secure transfer of data. With just one click, the scans are uploaded to the Ivoclar Cloud. The dental technician can then just as easily download them from the Cloud in an open format and work in their preferred way. Furthermore, there are no additional costs or annual fees for this service. To ensure a successful start with the new VivaScan, Ivoclar offers web-based, on-demand training. Within only 60 minutes, dentists will be able to scan their first patient.

About the Ivoclar Group
The Ivoclar Group, headquartered in Schaan, Liechtenstein, is one of the world's leading manufacturers of integrated solutions for high-quality dental applications. The company's success is based on a comprehensive portfolio of products, systems and services, strong research and development capabilities and a clear commitment to training and further education. The group of companies, which sells its products to around 130 countries, has 47 subsidiaries and branch offices and employs roughly 3,500 people worldwide. More information about the Ivoclar Group is available at