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Product Features:

• Self-disappearing, extraoral 3D scan spray for

dental applications

• No contamination of object, environment and user

• No cleaning required – cost savings

• Free of titanium dioxide (TiO2) and other pigments


Pigment-free, self-disappearing coating

SCANTIST 3D - Vanishing is free of pigments such as titanium dioxide. The coating evaporates after scanning. Time-consuming cleaning of scan object and scan environment is not necessary. 


Fine and homogeneous coating

SCANTIST-3D - Vanishing forms a homogeneous and very fine coating.  Extension nozzle allows efficient and targeted application with coating thickness of 2-4 μm. Dry to the touch coating sticks

to all materials.


100% scannable - for perfect results

Coating improves the optical properties of objects to be scanned – such as removable dentures, telescope prostheses, bite splints etc. – resulting in perfect scan results.

SCANTIST 3D - Vanishing Spray, 200ml

SKU: 364215376135191
PriceFrom C$39.95
Excluding GST/HST
  • SCANTIST 3D - Vanishing is a revolutionary dental spray (also called scanner spray or 3D spray), which was specially developed for extraoral applications in the dental field, in dentistry.

    It is used in the dental laboratory as well as in the dental care centers. A coating with SCANTIST 3D - Vanishing improves the optical properties of telescopes, tooth models, plaster casts, preparations, brackets, veneers, bite and tooth splints, zircon frameworks, individual stumps and impressions.

    After the application, SCANTIST 3D - Vanishing forms a homogeneous and very fine matting layer on the object. This prevents reflections, which means that the object can be precisely captured optically. 

    Fine details in geometry and surface are not impaired and can be digitized true to the original.

    The special valve with extension nozzle enables the efficient and targeted application of SCANTIST 3D - Vanishing, even on the smallest objects.

    SCANTIST 3D - Vanishing does not contain any pigments and therefore also no titanium dioxide (TiO2). 

    The coating evaporates (sublimates) by itself. The time-consuming subsequent cleaning of the objects and the laboratory environment is no longer necessary. This leads to enormous time and cost savings for the user in dental practices, in dental treatment, in the manufacture of dentures, in prosthetics and in orthodontics.

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