CAD/CAM Dentistry

  • How CEREC® Unlocked a Patient-Centered Workflow: One Doctor’s Journey

    CEREC® CAD/CAM technology has become Dr. Robin Henderson’s “secret weapon” for success, unlocking a patient-centered workflow that has completely enhanced her practice. Explore some of the many ways Dr. Henderson has seen CAD/CAM transform her practice — and learn two of the biggest hesitancies often heard from dentists about incorporating this technology into their daily workflow.
  • How Digital Technology is Transforming the Manufacture of Occlusal Splints and Night Guards

    Modern technology has changed the world of dentistry. In particular, digital impressions have made the manufacture of various items, like occlusal splints and night guards, much easier and more precise. In this article, we explore the many benefits of adopting a digital workflow, including increased comfort, enhanced accuracy and reduced chair time — plus, real-world examples highlighting these workflows in action.
  • Perfect Implants Take Planning

    When managing a thriving dental implant practice, it’s important to keep in mind that it is more a science than an art. The process has to be even more precise than the end result is esthetically pleasing, in order to maintain the integrity of the work and the health of the patient’s mouth for years to come. Learn why guided implant surgery with strict digital workflows is the key to optimal outcomes — and how technology is helping pave the way when it comes to delivering the best dental care to every patient.
  • Getting Started with CAD/CAM Dentistry

    With the right workflows and scheduling, computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) can be highly productive, increase profitability and keep your patients happier. In this article, we explore how practices are using CAD/CAM dentistry to expand into new indications, increase referrals and grow their business.
  • Which Intraoral Scanner is Best for Your Practice? Here’s a Look at the Latest Technology

    Whether you’re preparing to use clear aligners, or performing restorative work, such as crowns and bridges, the right intraoral scanner can be a game changer when it comes to capturing a full arch impression. To help identify the right scanner to use — and determine what’s best for your practice — we’ve highlighted four of the leading intraoral scanners available on the market today.
  • Flip the Switch, Digitize, and Increase Patient Acceptance

    Intraoral scanners and 3D printers are certainly here to stay within dentistry and are a new raceway for communicating with our dental laboratories. Many dentists have been using intraoral scanners for milling crowns in office, capturing images for bite guards, clear aligner orthodontic appliances, and whitening trays, and in some practices full-arch imaging for removable prosthetics.
  • Highly esthetic results with CEREC® Primemill

    CEREC Primemill, Dentsply Sirona’s new milling machine, has taken chairside dental restorations to the next level. Learn more.
  • Digitally-Driven Dentistry: Using Advancements in Science and Technology to Deliver Restorative Excellence

    Digital technologies are changing how clinicians offer therapy to patients. The incorporation of these innovations allow for more ease, less time to teeth, and more predictable outcomes. From diagnosis and design to execution of treatment protocols, the use of technology pervades all aspects of the treatment workflow. Join Henry Schein Dental along with featured speaker,
    Dr. Sundeep Rawal, to learn the benefits of incorporating intraoral scanning, 3D imaging, and innovative software to diagnose, treatment plan, and deliver predictable restorative therapies to enhance patient care. Watch Now!
  • Primescan Webinar: Demo of the Digital Workflow with Primescan

    Primescan™ from Dentsply Sirona introduces transformative hardware and software into the world of digital dentistry. Watch Now!
  • How to Generate ROI using Digital Impressioning

    Digital impressioning is quickly becoming a standard of care in dental offices. The return you can get from adding digital impressioning to your practice can save you time and materials, increase patient acceptance, and enhance your overall workflow process. As the saying goes, "out with the old, in with the new!" - right?! Learn More...

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