Out now: Digital workflow at a glance
CAD & CAM dental: an overview of how it works
Digitization is transforming the world we are living in - and does not stop at the doorsteps of dentistry. IDS 2019 brought the message home once again: digital workflows involving CAD/CAM technologies are increasingly gaining in importance in the dental practice and laboratory. Several manufacturers have begun to respond to this situation by offering dental professionals a steadily growing portfolio of products, processes, systems and services for CAD/CAM applications. The range includes scanners, milling machines and 3D printers as well as CAD and CAM software programs.
Digital workflow in the dental practice in six steps
Did you get curious? Check out for yourself what it would be like to use a digital workflow in your practice. For the first time, we have compiled a chart that provides you with an overview of the six most important steps of the digital workflow - from the initial consultation with your patient to the milling process and incorporation of the final restoration. Find out more.
Digital dentistry and dental technology: The dental world in transition