Scanning the maxillary anterior teeth
- The lips need to be isolated in order to scan the anterior teeth area. When isolating the upper lip from the rest, use the index and the middle finger to hold it tight above the canine teeth.
- When you have sufficiently isolated the lip, proceed to scan the anterior teeth including the necessary edges of the labial and palatal margin by moving the scanner tip in a zigzag manner centered around the incisal edge.
- Keep the lip isolated and proceed to scan the palatal surface. If you fail to keep the lip isolated, the scanner might scan unnecessary data from the labial surface.
- Rotate the scanner's tip, and proceed to scan the labial surface. Make sure to collect all the necessary data from the gingiva because this data is required to make the dental prosthesis.
 Scanning the mandibular anterior teeth
- Just like the maxilla, ensure to isolate the lip from the teeth and proceed to scan the anterior teeth including the necessary edges of the labial and lingual surfaces by moving the scanner tip in a zigzag manner centered around the incisal edge.
 Scanning occlusion
- The system uses the labial surface scan data of both the maxilla and mandible to perform the occlusion process.
- Choose the clearest and the most visible area between the maxilla and mandible and start to scan them in a zigzag manner by rolling the tip up and down till you scan 3 to 4 teeth in the maxilla and the mandible respectively.
- Once the occlusion scan area lights up in green, check the occlusion data and click Complete to save the data.