The NOW Generation of Minimally Invasive Dentistry: Guided Prosthetics Delivery
Monday, March 25, 2019
Using proprietary CAD software, a designer creates a digital preparation for the tooth using a series of preparation guides, while also creating the veneers, bridge, or crown to fit.
The system eliminates any over-reduction and ensures teeth are reshaped to exact specifications for the restorations.
Individually crafted all-ceramic veneers produced using CAD/CAM technology ensures quality, fit, function, and esthetics are consistent.
Traditional preparations have many time-consuming disadvantages, such as inadequate tooth reduction, over-reduction of tooth structure, inadequate buildups, indistinct margins, and more. In this eBook, four clinicians explain in detail how laser dentistry has impacted their practice and patient care.
Fortunately, there are new tools at hand to help you circumvent these issues. Guided prosthetics delivery systems utilize the latest digital technology to provide dental practices with 3D printed preparation guides and final ready-to-seat restorations at the same time. You can now leverage this technology to prepare and seat veneers, bridges, and crowns in a single visit (eliminating one appointment entirely and the need for temporaries), while delivering consistently outstanding results with high-quality materials.
Learn how these systems can work for your practice success and patient satisfaction.