Streamline Your Cases with Validated Digital Workflows
Scott Silverstein, DDS, MS
Friday, January 31, 2020
The most important aspect of digital dentistry is the integration of the technology between the different devices.
Even if you’re not incorporating a full workflow in-house, you can still effectively go digital.
Although speed is important, reliability is critical.
A validated digital workflow streamlines the process of patient care. Having full digital capabilities completely in-house is more efficient, allowing you to turn around cases and deliver restorations in a more rapid manner. In addition, the accuracy—between the printing, scanning, and other elements—is an absolute benefit to the patient and the practice, once everything is working seamlessly.
The most important aspect of digital dentistry is the integration of the technology between the different devices, including hardware and software that results in validated, digital workflows from scan to manufacture. Scott Silverstein, DDS, MS, shares his experience how digital dentistry works in his daily practice and in his full-service on-site laboratory.