With CAD/CAM, All on 4, implants, outsourcing, baby boomers driving demand for dental solutions and a diminishing number of prosthetic technicians, dentistry...See more is changing at such a fast pace. Dr. George Kirtley and Craig Nelson, CDT, look at technology and procedures that are driving the future to help...
There are many changes occurring in the field of dentistry that are impacting the way dental offices and dental laboratories work. Dr. George Kirtley and...See more Craig Nelson, CDT, explain why communication, planning and execution of all cases--especially implant-related cases--are paramount to success and maintaining clients.
Among laboratory owners who offer digital restorations, here's the percentage of their total C&B caseload that's fabricated using a milling machine or printer: on average, 46% is CAD/CAM milled, 18% is fabricated with wax printers and 12% is fabricated with metal printers.
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