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• Complete chairside and labside spectrum for block sizes of up to 85 mm• Grind/mill all CEREC and CEREC Practice Lab indications and...
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While the primary use for the system is for posterior restorations, Sirona"s goal is to funnel offices' anterior work to inLab...
The DWX-50 streamlines the production process with 5-axis simultaneous machining capability and a 5-station automatic tool changer. An...
Odipal premium acrylic denture teeth are 3-layered characterized teeth from Uhler Dental Supply.
Whip Mix introduces SinterPro, a nextgeneration Sintering Furnace. The furnace features 30 user programs and 4 stages, which optimize...
Equipped with the precision and high performance components of the original Motion 2 five-axis mill, the entry level four-axis Motion 2...
• Entire range of chairside treatment with up to 40 mm block size• Can produce inlays, onlays, crowns, veneers, bridges, abutments and...
Dentsply Sirona’s CEREC SpeedFire is capable of sintering a full-contour zirconia crown in approximately 10-15 minutes, offering the...
The GALAXY BioMill CAD/CAM system from BIOLASE can help you exceed your patients' expectations. With a small footprint, onboard computer,...
DentMILL for Datron and DentMILL for DDL follow the pattern established by the DentMILL for Roland milling software. These OEM versions...
Heraeus Kulzer and Dental Wings announce their partnership on a new innovative milling technology developed by Dental Wings: Laser...
With the addition of the optional 4-position ATC, the DWX-4 supports up to 4 different tool sizes for precise unattended milling of...

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    There’s no doubt COVID-19 is a setback; however, it’s important to remember that the pain is temporary. Your practice routine will get back to normal one day, and the day-to-day grind of restorative dentistry will resume. Before it does, use this time to research solutions that can propel your practice forward.

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  • Julie Cullen

    According to the most recent responses to an ongoing dental technology survey being conducted by Inquantive Research, 27% of dentists own a digital impression system and 19% plan to purchase one in the next 12 months. That begs the question: How many of those dentists are milling chairside? And if you’re part of the 27%, are you? My guess is...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Henry Schein recently pledged $1.25 million to fund a groundbreaking new digital dental school curriculum that teaches computer-aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) technology. Schein will partner with the American College of Prosthodontists Education Foundation (ACPEF) to fund a digital dentistry curriculum initiative that will be offered...

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  • FrankDelvalle1180

    What is 3D printing? 3D printing is different than CNC milling, although both use CAD/CAM to design and create a digital file. In the CNC milling process, you start with a block of material and carve an object out of the material. With 3D printing, you start with nothing and gradually add layer upon layer of material until the final item is...

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  • Dental Product Shopper

    Now, however, a block material is available that provides us with some very exciting capabilities in all-zirconia restorations. 3M Lava Plus High Translucency Zirconia, the next generation of Lava Zirconia. Lava Plus high translucency zirconia material can actually be used for all-zirconia crowns as well as traditional layered restorations. The...

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  • FrankDelvalle1180

    An adult patient in good health presented to my office after an unfortunate situation. At lunchtime, the patient left her office to give blood. She gave blood without any complications and she stayed for an extra 20 minutes for a snack and to recover from the good deed. The patient returned to work, but after an hour of working, she fainted and...

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