CAD-CAM processing of a DD cubeX2 esthetic crown with zirconia
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The purpose of this tutorial is to demonstrate step by step the correct implementation of a standard process to manufacture an esthetic crown using zirconia. Given the new dentistry 4.0 and digital workflow paradigm, it is vitally important to have a close technological partner that can provide access to all the technology shown in the video. AVINENT empowers clients, enabling them to make the move into dentistry 4.0 by acquiring the technological equipment needed to be able to perform this type of process.
The video shows the highlights of the process, as well as the software and systems required to ensure it is carried out correctly. The summary of the general steps presented in the tutorial gives a broad understanding of the necessary features of each piece of equipment and the programs. It also demonstrates the various shading and customization tasks that exist when working with Zr DD CubeX2, one of the finest materials on the market.
3Shape, HyperDENT, Dekema and ROLAND are some of the brands used to achieve an optimized and precise process for making zirconia pieces. If we complement these processes and this technology with high-quality materials such as cubeX2 zirconia from Dental Direkt, we can guarantee that the patient – the focus of all these improvements – will benefit from a product of outstanding quality.
In this process, it is very important to understand the type and the particular nature of the material we are working with. This will ensure that no unexpected problems arise at the time of manufacturing the piece. To obtain optimal results, it is useful to know the essential characteristics of the CAD dental design processes and the CAM processing, such as milling strategies, minimum thicknesses and pre- and post-sintering techniques.
Once we control every one of these elements in all of the processes, we can rest assured that we are using the right technology to achieve the finest products for our patient, and we will also come to realize that the technology does not control us.
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