CAD/CAM Dentistry

  • 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...
  • Emergency Guided Implant with CEREC

    Learn about a patient's emergency guided implant with CEREC technology.
  • Digital Dentistry's Bottom Line

    We’ve made technology the centerpiece of our practice, and it’s been phenomenal. Digital technology has improved the quality of our restorations as well as our level of competency, and ultimately, our bottom line.
  • CBCT and Digital Scanning for the Implant Workflow

    Implant dentistry can be fully digital using a combination of 3D cone beam imaging and digital scanning. Together they capture precise measurements that lead to a streamlined process and superior implant placement. Read More...
  • The Basics of CAD/CAM Dental Milling

    CAD/CAM technology has helped to transform the manner in which restorative treatment can be provided. In particular, the ability to provide patients with single-visit indirect restorations is appreciated by clinicians and patients. Chairside milling produces restorations that are at least as accurate as traditionally fabricated indirect restorations. Chairside milling also allows clinicians to optimize the process flow, reducing chairside time, increasing efficiency, and saving patients additional visits.
  • How to Choose the Right Intraoral Scanner

    Be sure to review the different applications, features, and manufacturers of intraoral scanners, as well as your total cost of ownership and ROI, before selecting a digital impressioning scanner for you and your practice. Henry Schein Dental’s Product Category Manager for Digital Restorations, Tyler Steck, narrows down the top 10 considerations to take into account.

Items 1 to 10 of 58 total

Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 6