Digital denture technology, already very viable, continues to improve
Learn why, in 2020 and beyond, new dentists should be able to replace their traditional/analog full prosthetic processes with digital dental workflows.
This articles explores the three key forms of communication between a dentist and laboratory technician--written, oral, and visual.
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.
One of the most popular new approaches to implant dentistry is the use of removable, friction-retained hybrid prostheses. This article discusses how this method brings many advantages and some challen...
CAD/CAM tools help the restorative team meet the patient’s desires
The telescopic implant bridge is finalized in the conclusion of this case
Rehabilitation of a severely compromised partially edentulous patient
Laboratories need to understand the various options on the market
This is the third part of IDT’s ongoing digital denture series by Robert Kreyer
Improve communication and visualization for case planning