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Tag: In-Office Milling

Full Support Every Step of the Way: A glidewell.io™ Practice Report

Volume 14, Issue 1

Making Better Crowns Using Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Volume 13, Issue 2

Single-Appointment Restorations Using the iTero Element® Scanner

Volume 13, Issue 1

Interview with Justin Chi, DDS, CDT

Volume 13, Issue 1

By the Numbers: Digital Impressions and In-Office Milling

Volume 13, Issue 1

In-Office Milling vs. Lab Fabrication: Making Case Decisions

Volume 12, Issue 2

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.

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