Digital dentistry

Figs 2-3: Digital implant impressions for single implant – scanbody in place

IO scanner as a tool in a surgical practice – pre-op use and single implant impressions: Part 1

Intraoral scanners are being applied in many dental indications. Starting from restorative dentistry through prosthodontics and of course orthodontics. They are present in chairside systems, the aligner business, patient monitoring apps and treatment planning. Let’s see what benefits they can bring for implant surgery-oriented dental practitioners. Advantages for the digital

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Digital restorative dentistry - using intraoral scanners

Digital dentistry – Using intraoral scanning

Introduction When we talk about “digital dentistry” and digital solutions, there are many different aspects to “digitising” the modern dental office and our approach to treating our patients with a comprehensive range of digital devices: Dental computing software for charting and intraoral photography Extraoral photography Shade-taking devices Face scanners Intraoral

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CT scan vs. Cone Beam CT

CT scan vs. Cone Beam CT: an overview

Three-dimensional (3D) radiographic imaging of bony structures is an invaluable tool for diagnostic and treatment planning purposes, especially in oral and maxillofacial surgery and implant dentistry. With an accurate 3D visualization of the surgical field, practitioners can reduce risks such as nerve injury or sinus floor perforation during implant insertion.

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