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Digital face-bow transfer technique dentofacial analyser for dental aesthetics

February 14, 2020

Digital workflows are becoming more popular and are in demand among clinicians and laboratory technicians owing to the increased incorporation of CAD/CAM tools into the daily practice. Digitisation of records and data through cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) scans, intra-oral scans and model manipulation contributes to better communication processes for diagnostics, treatment planning, designing and manufacturing in dentistry.

3D printeri u stomatologiji i zubnoj tehnici danas

October 08, 2019

Ako ste se kojim slučajem zadesili na International Space Station, između ostalog možete videti 3D printer, koji je u upotrebi još od 2014. godine, a zanimljivo je da je prvi printani objekat bio majstorski ključ. Printer radi u bestežinskom stanju i mnogi hibridni materijali koje danas koristimo su nastali 360 km iznad zemlje. 3D printing u dentalu je karika koja se čekala dosta dugo, pri tome, pre svega mislim na nove materijale i mogućnosti.

Digital Aesthetic Dentistry: 6-Step Workflow Integrates Multiple Systems, Gadgets, and Tools

September 08, 2019

With so many new tools and systems populating the digital dentistry and smile design space, a beginner often finds himself confused about the different terminologies and the clinical steps used. Dr Aslam Inamdar simplifies the digital workflow and the clinical procedures into 6 easy steps for anybody to understand.

Optical impression and provisional prosthesis: Proposal for a new approach

April 21, 2019

The widespread use of intraoral optical impressions and constant improvements in dental computer-aided design (CAD) software today allow the practitioner to manage various kinds of clinical situations, from the simplest to the most complicated, by using different types of dedicated equipment (camera software, processors and, more recently, 3D printers) as part of a completely digital workflow. Arch scanning methods using intraoral scanners yield impressions that are comparable to those obtained with traditional equipment in terms of clinical precision because they eliminate the variations caused by the user, reduce the readjustment processing time and costs, and improve patient satisfaction and comfort.

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