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What do we mean by CAD – CAM in Dentistry?
CAD CAM in Dentistry
CAD/CAM dentistry is a field of dentistry and prosthodontics using CAD/CAM (Computer-Aided Designing and Computer-Aided Manufacturing) to improve the design and creation of dental restorations ( Ceramic Filling Material’s), especially dental prostheses, including crowns (Caps), crown lays , veneers, inlays and onlays, fixed bridges, dental implant …
So in this basically we put a block of Zirconia in Our machine. The block is Firstly Digitized by the scanner and the technician feeds details into the machine.
He would prepare the impression with a spray and all the details are fed into the software.
Followed by which the milling unit would carve out the crown from that block.
These Crowns have Very Life like Appearances, Superior Aesthetics, Good Brilliance, Translucency, Excellent fit.
These Crowns come with Warranty’s and it is difficult to break them.
Also there Crowns are bonded onto the tooth Structures instead of Cementation. They function as a Monoblock . Single Unit so it’s difficult to remove them, you have to Cut these Crowns if u wish to remove them.
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- Chair side CAD/CAM dentistry’s biggest benefit may be sending the patient home happy in just one visit. CAD/CAM is an acronym that means computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing.
Today, CAD/CAM technology is used in dentistry to help dentists and dental lab technicians fabricate precise shapes and sizes for dental restorations, including inlays, on lays, crowns, and bridges. CAD/CAM technology provides patients with durable, well-fitted single and multiple tooth restorations in a more efficient manner than traditional lab-fabricated restorations.
CAD/CAM technology is that it can allow a typical two-visit tooth restoration to be accomplished in one visit.
Dentists and dental lab technicians use CAD/CAM technology to design the anatomical features, size and shape of a tooth restoration on a computer.
Advantages of CAD CAM Technology
One of the advantages of CAD/CAM technology is that, provided the CAD/CAM equipment is located in the dental office, dentist does not need to create a molded impression of your teeth hence less trouble to the patient avoiding the clumsy procedure of impression taking.
Secondly, there may be no need for a temporary restoration or a return visit to the office for a permanent restoration.