ALEXANDRU VICTOR BURDE, CRISTINA GASPARIK, MARIOARA MOLDOVAN, SORANA BACIU, COSMIN COSMA IN VITRO EVALUATION OF ACCURACY OF SINGLE DIES CAPTURED BY TWO INTRAORAL DIGITAL SCANNERS The objective of this in-vitro study was to compare the accuracy, defined as trueness and precision, of two intraoral digital scanners that use different capturing techniques. An experimental reference object consisting of a die was manufactured from a PMMA resin. The reference object was digitized with an industrial CT and was scanned 15 times with each scanner. In order to asses trueness, comparisons were made with the virtual reference model, and for fidelity, the first scan in the series was compared with the following scans. For both fidelity and trueness, the F test and T tests demonstrate that there is a statistically significant difference between the scanners.