To properly place the data on the base, align it with the virtual occlusal plane. If the alignment has already been done in Scan for Clinics or Scan for Labs, in general, you can skip this step. But we suggest checking the alignment to make sure that the data on the base is in the right place.
Align with the occlusal plane by three points.
- Select three points on the maxilla or mandible to align with the occlusal plane.
Align with the occlusal plane by four points.
- Select four points on the maxilla or mandible to align with the occlusal plane. It is beneficial when there are no anterior teeth.
Remove the marker points.
- Remove the points selected for alignment.
- Separate the aligned data and move it to the original position.
- When on, this function shows data from four different angles.
❏ How it works
1. As shown in the image below, select three or four points on the data. Then it will be automatically aligned to the occlusal plane.
💡 If there are no anterior teeth, select four points on the corresponding teeth on both sides after clicking the "Align with the occlusal plane by four points" button at the bottom of the screen.
2. Move the data around in the Multi-View on the right to adjust its position on the occlusal plane.
💡 Utilize the Cube View at the bottom of each view to better orient in the 3D environment.
3. Disable Multi-View to only display the occlusal plane on the screen.
💡 In the event that the model is misaligned, the base might not be created correctly, as shown below.
4. When done, click "Next."