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Sirona Dental, Inc. posted a newsbrief
The Science section of the October 9th edition of The New York Times, "The Digital Doctor," profiled a number of high-tech tools in the healthcare field, including Sirona Dental's CEREC System. In...
Maribeth Marsico wrote an articleCc: 9 peopleLarry Borman
Colin Gibb, CDT
Steven Pigliacelli, CDT
Gregory Thayer, CDT
Atlantis Components, Inc.
Thayer Dental Laboratory
Thanks to advances in CAD/CAM technology, immediate-loading implants and internal connection designs,...(more)
>The advent of CAD/CAM technology and other significant advances continue to boost confidence in implant restorations among dental professionals. "Implants are no longer 'smoke and mirror' technology. They've proven themselves and, for the last five years or so, many technicians and dentists consider...
Digital dentistry continues to evolve and the team approach is essential to incorporating new trends into the practice.
When was the last time your business achieved double-digit growth? Are you leveraging new technology to improve treatment outcome and increase revenue? Are you aggressively leveraging social media and...See more other online methods to market your practice?
- Understand the step by step chairside process for taking a digital impression - Recognize how digital impressions help create an accurate final restoration - Identify the benefits of digital impressions...See more compared to traditional impression - Understand the workflow between the dental office and lab when taking digital impressions
The expanded capabilities of current CAD/CAM scanners to accurately scan and design restorations will be presented. The process of creating provisional and final CAD/CAM restorations with the lab will be covered.
Usage of CAD/CAM technology provides increased benefits to the clinician and can offer esthetic results for patients. The process of creating provisional and final CAD/CAM restorations with the lab will be covered.
The Science section of the October 9th edition of The New York Times, "The Digital Doctor," profiled a number of high-tech tools in the healthcare field, including Sirona Dental's CEREC System. In...See more "A New Tooth, Made to Order in Under an Hour," writer Gina Kolata describes how her dentist used a chairside CEREC system to deliver a crown in one visit. "Maybe you think that dentists are stuck in the technological dark ages, waving pliers and babbling about fluoride," she says. "In truth, the profession has quietly embraced sophisticated technology..." Saying that 10% of dentists use chairside CAD/CAM, the article also explains the benefits and limitations of the technology, its applications in implantology and how dentists can also access the technology through laboratories.
Lars Hansson gives technicians an insight into the latest abutment design software and digital dentistry. He discusses treatment planning using CBCT, tissue management from implant design to the emergence...See more profile, as well as how to make your laboratory profitable and streamline production in any size lab.