Cost is the number one barrier for all clinicians who want to start getting into digital dentistry and intraoral scanning.
That is a proven fact.
To help you navigate all the numbers, we have outlined the prices of some of the latest scanners available.
You can download the entire intraoral scanner price guide here, where you can see full prices and further information about each scanner. Otherwise, enjoy the outline below and leave a comment if you have any questions.
3DISC OVO Price
With the OVO, 3DISC have tried to re-think their intraoral scanner offering. The OVO combines a scanner, intraoral camera, and software, with a big focus on the consultation appointment, not just being a digital impression device.
Prices start from $15,000 USD
3Shape TRIOS Scanner Prices
3Shape TRIOS intraoral scanners are some of the most popular on the market - and for good reason.
TRIOS intraoral scanners are known to be fast, high quality and the 3Shape TRIOS 5 even took out the coveted IOS of the Year at our Intraoral Scanner Awards - proving it to be one of the best releases in the industry.
Prices start from $18,900 USD
Alliedstar AS 200E Scanner Price
Prices start from $10,000 USD
Dentsply Sirona Primescan Price
The CEREC Primescan is considered the gold standard of intraoral scanners - and it’s priced as such. Dentsply Sirona is synonymous with high-quality and being one of the most premium manufactures in the market. It’s fantastic for dentists who are all-in on chairside dentistry, as the Primescan combined with a CEREC mill, gives the best chairside milling experience money can buy.
For those looking for a cheaper CEREC option, refurbished CEREC Omnicam units can be purchased from Dentsply Sirona or third parties. The prices vary with age of the machine.
Prices start from $35,000 USD
Carestream DEXIS 3800W Scanner Price
Prices start from $19,000 USD
Eighteeth - Helios Intraoral Scanner Prices
Eighteeth is a Chinese dental company that sells dental products worldwide. They have grown significantly in just a short time.
They have added an intraoral scanner into their portfolio fairly recently, with the Helios 600. Which we reviewed and found to be an excellent product. It is an OEM of the Alliedstar scanner.
Since then the company has made its own unique product - the Helios 500.
Prices start from $5,000 USD
iTero Element 5D and 5D Plus Intraoral Scanner Price
The iTero Element 5D Plus is the latest release by Align Technology, the parent company of the iTero intraoral scanners.
The iTero Element 5D Plus series comes in four options and price points (lite versions have NIRI deactivated).
Prices start from $34,000 USD
Ivoclar's VivaScan Intraoral Scanner Price
The VivaScan is Ivoclar Vivadent’s very first intraoral scanner. The VivaScan is a standalone intraoral scanner that is said to be easily integrated into your clinical workflow.
It is the same as the Planmeca Emerald S scanner but with a different software and price point.
Prices start from $14,000 USD
Launca DL-300 Intraoral Scanner Price
Launca launched their new flagship scanner - the DL-300 at IDS 2023, and it’s quite impressive. A huge improvement over the previous generation scanners.
From the limited time I’ve had with this scanner, it seems like an improvement in every way and another decent intraoral scanner from China.
Prices start from $16,000 USD
Medit Intraoral Scanner Prices
Medit is one of the biggest names in the industry - and for good reason. The i500 had a massive impact when it launched in 2018, and the company has gone from strength to strength, releasing the i600, i700 and i700 Wireless - all while being bought for an eye-watering amount in the process.
Prices start from $13,500 USD
PANDA Smart Intraoral Scanner Price
The Panda Scanner is a registered brand of Freqty Technology, a Chinese digital dentistry company that has made a number of intraoral scanners - like the Artisan Intraoral Scanner and the Panda P2 and P3.
Their latest scanner, the PANDA Smart looks to completely improve on their previously released scanners to create an IOS that’s small but packs a punch.
Prices start from $15,000 USD
Planmeca Emerald S Intraoral Scanner Price
The Planmeca intraoral scanners (and previously E4D) were one of the first scanners released on the market. Since then they have released a range of scanners, with the latest being the Planmeca Emerald S in 2019.
The Emerald S, is the premium version of the Planmeca Emerald scanner. This is not a completely new product, it’s more so a number of hardware and software improvements on the previous generation Planmeca Emerald scanner. This includes the addition of caries detection functions.
Prices start from $11,999 USD
RAYIOS2 Intraoral Scanner Price
The RAYIOS2 is a new intraoral scanner from Korean company Ray - makers of the RAYFace Facial Scanner. The company makes the awesome RayFace facial scanner so it makes sense for them to provide some solution for dentists who want a digital impression device.
Prices start from $9,000 USD
Runyes 3DS 3.0 Intraoral Scanner Price
The Runyes 3DS 3.0 by the company Runyes Medical is one of the latest intraoral scanners released on the market. It is the successor to the Runyes 3DS scanner I reviewed back in 2020 and is another Chinese scanner that has come a long way.
Prices start from $9,500 USD
Shining 3D Aoralscan 3 and Aoralscan 3 Wireless Intraoral Scanner Price
Shining 3D was founded in 2004 and developed its own 3D digitising and additive manufacturing technologies, owning over 300 patents and more than 100 copyrights.
Prices start from $10,999 USD
Straumann Virtuo Vivo Scanner Price
The Virtuo Vivo is an intraoral scanner made by Dental Wings which is owned by the Straumann Group. While it’s definitely not up there with the Medits and Dentsply Sironas of the industry, it may be a good option for those who are on a budget and looking for a cheaper way to get into digital dentistry.
With Straumann’s purchase of the Alliedstar company just recently, who knows what is in store for the development of the Vivo.
Prices start from $13,900 USD