3D printing is the future of dentistry, but it can be a huge challenge if not done right. With the right tools and techniques, dental professionals can take advantage of this amazing technology to produce high-quality dental appliances that are accurate, reliable, and affordable.
Dental 3D printing continues to transform the field of dentistry, and may be soon a norm in the industry. With its precise and accurate design and manufacturing capabilities, dental professionals can now create custom dental restorations that are perfectly compatible with each patient’s needs.
Computers impact digital dentistry by improving the overall efficiency and accuracy of dental procedures. Newer innovations and technology have replaced many traditional manual tasks, such as taking dental impressions and designing restorations and diagnostic wax-ups, with automated processes that are more accurate and less time-consuming.
The digital revolution in dentistry has transformed the industry, making it easier for dentists to provide quality services to their patients. Dr. Casanas’ journey to digital dentistry is a testament to the benefits of the technology and the challenges that come with the transition.
This strategic partnership will help exocad customers scale their business, by offering an integrated design service to tackle design bottlenecks and grow their product offerings. With this seamless integration, exocad customers can manage overflows easily.
Digital photography in dentistry is a critical component of modern dental practice, and it goes hand in hand with the ecosystem of digital dentistry, alongside methods such as digital design, CAD/CAM, and remote patient management.
The dental industry has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting economic recession, but with the right strategies in place, it is possible for dental labs to weather the storm and emerge even stronger.
By developing a unique brand personality, tone, and aesthetic, a practice can differentiate itself and stand out in a crowded marketplace. This can help to attract new patients and retain existing ones, leading to a more successful and profitable business.
When it comes to treatment planning, practices have complete control over the process when they produce aligners in-office.
Dr. Rick Ferguson, a dental industry expert who has decades of experience in the field and is also a prolific lecturer globally for dental practices summarizes the benefits best: Cost savings, convenience, control, and competition.