Whether you own an intraoral scanner, chairside milling machine or dental 3D printer — or you’re in the market for a full CAD/CAM system upgrade — advancements in CAD/CAM and same-day dentistry are enabling clinicians to deliver outstanding patient care faster and more accurately than ever before. From optimizing practice workflow to saving patients a return visit, CAD/CAM dentistry allows practitioners to create dental restorations with an improved fit and esthetic — which ultimately means fewer, faster and more comfortable visits. Plus, these technologies make it possible to expand into other dental specialties, too, such as implantology and endodontics.

CAD/CAM dentistry is a field of dentistry and prosthodontics using CAD/CAM (computer-aided-design and computer-aided-manufacturing) to improve the design and creation of dental restorations, especially dental prostheses, including crowns, crown lays, veneers, inlays and onlays, implant bars, dentures, custom abutments and more
CAD/CAM dentistry is quickly digitizing a process long known for being time-consuming and nearly entirely manual. Using the latest design and manufacturing techniques, CAD/CAM has started a new era in dentistry characterized by faster procedures, more efficient workflow and a better overall patient experience. In this blog, we’ll take a deep dive into CAD/CAM dentistry, including how it works, what it involves, its pros and cons, and the technologies involved
Grinders have played an essential role in the field of dentistry for many years, which are used to remove small amounts of tooth enamel to shape or create dental prosthetics. However, with advancements in dental technology and the increasing demand for more precise, efficient and comfortable dental treatments, the dental grinding industry has seen significant changes in recent years.
According to a new report by Grand View Research, the global dental prosthetics market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.6% from 2020 to 2027, reaching a value of $9.0 billion by the end of the forecast period.
Digital technology has been making waves in various industries, with the dental industry being no exception. Advanced digital dental technologies and equipment are now changing the way dentists diagnose, treat, and manage oral health problems, all of which are making dental treatments faster, more accurate, and minimally invasive.
More and more dental clinics are adopting digital solutions, such as intraoral scanners, to enhance the speed and effectiveness of their day-to-day operations and provide a better experience for patients.
Dentures have long been a solution for those who miss teeth with a long and tedious , production process. Traditional manufacturing techniques involve multiple appointments with a dentist and a dental laboratory technician, with adjustments made along the way. However, the introduction of 3D printing technology is changing all of that.
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