The application of CAD/CAM technology in dentistry boasts numerous benefits for dental professionals and patients alike. It provides consistency and predictability that didn’t exist in restorations before, converting your office into a highly advanced, state-of-the-art dental facility. By raising the level of medical care, CAD/CAM technology contributes to improving the quality of life of the patients.
CAD/CAM technology allows creating three-dimensional models and their materialisation by numerical controlled machines to operate more efficiently, reduce costs, increase user/patient satisfaction, and ultimately achieve profits. CAD/CAM tech is the answer to the constantly rising demand for esthetic and naturally-looking restorations, enhanced comfort during procedures, reduced costs, and minimum time spent at the dental office.
With the help of CAD/CAM technology, highly precise and long-lasting results can be achieved. Instead of taking conventional impressions, custom 3D images of the prepared teeth are created by digitally scanning the impressions. Restorations are designed on a computer screen using CAD software based on the digitised data as a virtual wax-up. Forming a 3D image of teeth and gums on the monitor allows the dentist to form an extremely precise and appropriate anatomical design of missing tooth substance. The resulting 3D models provide an optimal basis for the restoration design. Finally, the design is sent to digitally connected milling equipment.
Being driven by continuous development, DSI company offers cutting-edge solutions ensuring long-term clinical success. And we are pleased to announce that DSI CAD/CAM components have been added to the digital libraries of Exocad and are now available for downloading and installing from the DSI website.
These digital libraries enable computerised planning and manufacturing of accurate restoration on DSI implants, using CAD/CAM Technology.
The libraries contain Scan bodies, Ti bases (including innovative concave shape), Multi-unit Ti-adhesive caps and more.
By using these digital libraries, you can enjoy the advantages of CAD/CAM technology and explore its versatile possibilities, producing better-fitting, more durable and attractive restorations.