REPORT THE WELLNESS Welcome, EVE! 770-932-4240 • www.DaculaDentist.com • September 2019
The Newest Member of Our Team
W e are extremely excited to have EVE on our team! EVE works 24 hours a day, is extremely fast and capable, has a limitless memory, and is always in the office. Okay, you might have guessed it already, but EVE is the “robot” in the picture. EVE is the latest generation of the iTero Element 2 scanner system. This intraoral scanner records over 600 high-definition pictures per second of your teeth in full color. These pictures are stitched together to create a fully digital, 3D map of the surfaces of the teeth. These digital maps are able to completely replace the stone models we would record with the “goopy” impressions or molds. By moving towards digital impressions, we are able to eliminate inaccuracy and errors that are more common with traditional impressions. Plus, we will be able to keep a digital record that can be stored and referenced for months, years, or even decades! Patients love the ability to have impressions taken digitally, without the mess — gagging, drooling, pulling, and stretching — associated with traditional impressions. As an added benefit, the storage of these digital “molds” means that we may never have to take impressions again, and, in the case of our new digital night guards, we are able to offer a lifetime of replacements in the click of a button. For patients that have been thinking about straightening their teeth, the iTero scanner and Invisalign outcome simulator allow us to provide a preview of exactly what your new smile will look like in two minutes! Be sure to ask about EVE at your next appointment, or, if you have been thinking about Invisalign and would like EVE to preview your smile, see inside for more information about our very first Invisalign Day on Oct. 9!
Name: EVE (pronounced EE-v-uh) Birthday: April 20, 2019 Favorite food: 110V power Biggest fear: Anything involving water: swimming, rain, sprinklers, etc.
Something most people don’t know about EVE is that she got her name from the female deuteragonist in Disney’s “Wall-E.”
–Dr. Parth Patel
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