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Single-Appointment Restorations Using the iTero Element® Scanner

Volume 13, Issue 1

By the Numbers: Digital Impressions and In-Office Milling

Volume 13, Issue 1

Digital Dentistry and the Dental Lab: Turning an Intraoral Scan Into an Ideal Restoration

Volume 12, Issue 3

In-Office Milling vs. Lab Fabrication: Making Case Decisions (1 CE Credit)

CE Course

The criteria for determining whether a digital impression should be used to produce a restoration in-office or sent to the lab for fabrication are straightforward. By assessing the tooth’s location, surrounding dentition, parafunctional habits, the stump shade, and the doctor’s and patient’s schedule on the day of consultation, this decision can be made with a high degree of confidence. Whichever method of fabrication is chosen, these technologies afford significant cost savings and allow patients to receive restorations in less time than those produced from conventional impressions.

Improving Accuracy, Efficiency and Cost-Effectiveness with Digital Implant Impressions

Volume 7, Issue 2

Photo Essay – Utilizing Digital Impressions and Chairside Mills

Volume 11, Issue 2

Case of the Week: The Pros and Cons of Digital Impressions

Case of the Week

Dr. DiTolla discusses the positive and negative aspects of digital impressions.

Digital Impression Utilizing the IOS FastScan®

Clinical Videos

In this original video presentation, you’ll learn to use BioTemps® and the IOS FastScan® digital impression system (IOS Technologies Inc.; San Diego, Calif.) to sculpt the soft tissue and transfer those contours to the laboratory model.

Chairside Live Episode 162: Making Life Easy with Digital Dentistry

Episodes

In this episode, Dr. Siamak Abai walks us through an immediate digital denture case that utilized an intraoral scanner and design software, which allowed for the fabrication and then delivery of the denture at the extraction appointment. Also featured in this episode, Will Schmidt, RDA, discusses the role of the registered dental assistant in practices that utilize intraoral scanners and in-office mills.

Chairside Live Episode 160: Digital Bite Splints Done Right

Episodes

In this episode of Chairside Live, watch as we discuss the benefits of going digital with our CAD/CAM-fabricated bite splints!

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