As members of the restorative team, technicians must understand how to determine the best treatment for each patient based on individual function and esthetic...See more requirements. David Avery, AAS, CDT, explains the biologic and engineering aspects and the role of the technician in providing digital solutions.
Laboratories are ready for digital impressions—41% are equipped to accept them—but many dentist-clients are not; State of the Industry 2015 respondents receive an average of 8% of their impressions digitally and from only about 6% of their clients.
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