This article discusses the pros and cons of the migration from the manually dexterous method of waxing, casting, and building-up of materials to more precise, machined methods of fabrication.
Discover how 3D additive manufacturing will, as several experts believe, be the prevailing dental prosthetics fabrication method in the near future.
Discover some of the latest CAD/CAM bars and abutments available with this Buyer's Guide.
CAM implant abutments and bars are the cornerstones of a laboratory’s digital offerings. While digital dentistry can refer to everything from intraoral scanners to computerized shade taking, one of ...
This article describes a clinical report utilizing a number of workflows in digital dentistry. The partnership between the prosthodontist and the ceramist was key to the success of the case.
In this buyer's guide, learn about some of the latest CAM milling machines on the market.
This article explores how, despite the continued improvement of additive technology, CAM milling machines will continue to play a valuable role in the dental laboratory, both now and in the future.
In this Buyer’s Guide, learn about some of the latest CAD software on the market.
In this Buyer’s Guide, learn about some of the latest desktop scanners on the market.
Support, software, and features such as scanning articulators are among the key considerations
CAD/CAM tools help the restorative team meet the patient’s desires
The new technology and its impact on decision making
The telescopic implant bridge is finalized in the conclusion of this case
Prosthodontic considerations for design and fabrication
Advanced devices help dentists and laboratories efficiently and accurately share important information