Whether you are taking impressions digitally or using traditional dental impression material, much of the process for fabrication of indirect restorations has become digital on the lab side. When the dental lab wants digital data they can scan your impression and convert it, and when they need an analog model they can print or mill one. From final restorations to wax patterns, printing and milling are becoming more and more the norm. In this webinar we will talk through the processes, and what dentists can do on our end clinically to support and help the lab community ensure fantastic outcomes for our patients.
- Adapt to newly introduced digital processes in the dental lab
- Avoid inaccuracies due to conversion between analog and digital records
- Improve the accuracy of the fit of your indirect restorations in the digital world
- Create an effective feedback mechanism to help labs optimize their results
Not a member yet? Click here to learn more or Join
Please sign in to view this premium content