Guide to Laboratory CAD/CAM: Making The Right Choice for Your Lab
Tuesday, December 13, 2016
CAD/CAM will produce a well-fitting, quality restoration quickly so that you can spend more of your time on profitable esthetic work and larger cases
Although chairside CAD/CAM is an option, most dental practitioners prefer to send their work to a lab
CAD/CAM restorations promote more work from current clients and new work from other clients looking for full-contour restorations
If you are a lab owner or manager with an interest in improving your laboratory and the desire to grow your business, this guide is for you. We’ve compiled relevant information to understand the types and benefits of different CAD/CAM systems, how to select the right partner, and more.
This practical discussion includes the 5 most common myths of CAD/CAM in the dental laboratory, and an explanation of how one laboratory leveraged this technology to triple production in 3 years.
This convenient guide will help you navigate the path to bring CAD/CAM into your lab and ultimately provide better outcomes for your dental clients and their patients.