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

Volume 12, Issue 2

Digital Impressions

Volume 11, Issue 3

Chairside Live Episode 162: Making Life Easy with Digital Dentistry


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


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

Chairside Live Episode 125: Digital Dentistry Made Easy: Introducing CloudPoint™


In this episode’s Case of the Week, Dr. D shines the spotlight on CloudPoint™, a new product that is a complete one-stop solution, unlocking a digital portal through which cases can be scanned, designed, managed and produced. After that exciting introduction, Megan reports on the latest dental news.

Trends in Implant Dentistry: Digital Impressions

Volume 6, Issue 3

Taking an intraoral scan enables a digital workflow that produces an extremely accurate restoration for the patient while saving the clinician time and money. Intraoral scanners eliminate both traditional impression material and the plastic tray from the impression-taking process, resulting in a faster, more comfortable patient experience. The patient’s information is submitted electronically, eliminating the […]

Scannable Abutments: Digital Impressions for Dental Implants

Volume 7, Issue 3

Technological advances are making it easier than ever to practice dentistry in almost every dental procedure.1 The purpose of this article is to increase awareness of a new modality for the restoration of implants by general practitioners and prosthodontists utilizing chairside digital impression systems.2 The conventional protocol for taking an implant impression for crowns & […]

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