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Accuracy of Intraoral Camera Sleeves Based on Sleeve Type, Decontamination, and Calibration
[Technical Report, Master's Thesis]
UNIFORMED SERVICES UNIV OF THE HEALTH SCIENCES BETHESDA MDUSAF Postgraduate Dental School60th Dental Squadron
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The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of camera sleeve decontamination protocols and compare their accuracy to single-use alternatives. Five extracted human teeth were set into a gypsum stone model and prepared for various indirect restorations. A baseline opticalimpression was completed with a bench-top scanner. One hundred sixty optical impressions were completed using a calibrated or uncalibrated intraroral scanner CEREC PrimeScan, Dentsply Sirona and a sterilizable, autoclavable with single-use glass or disposable plastic camera sleeven10.
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