The article introduces current and future digital impression technology.
This study provides a technological approach to restoring a patient's smile.
Using dental scanners and software for your dental lab
Article takes a look at the different types of additive technology products used in the lab
This article will consider the impact of these additive manufacturing technologies, their current fit as new tools to automate workflow, the potential disruptive impact on the industry in general, and...
In this continuation of “Full-Arch Restorations on CAD/CAM-Milled Titanium Bars,” which appeared in the September 2011 issue of Inside Dental Technology, the author addresses the second stage of t...
This article describes the process of digital impression taking for a stereolithographic model and its importance in attaining an optimal prosthesis.
A review of currently available CAD/CAM units for laboratories.
How do technicians restore a single central in a less than ideal situation? The answer is that we need to broaden our knowledge to the clinical side of dentistry, going beyond the technical.
Given the recent dramatic increase in full-contour zirconia restorations, it would not be surprising to see more laboratories adding sintering furnaces to their assortment of production equipment.
Reveiw of available technology for CAD/CAM restorative dentistry.
Integration of cone-beam CT scans with implant-scanning software offer laboratories greater precision in fabricating surgical guides and final restorative solutions
Describes the role of impressions and screw-retained basebars in successfully delivering state-of-the-art restorative work.
3d printing and laser sintering technologies dental laboratory industry