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Publication:
International Journal of Computerized Dentistry

Year 2003
Volume 6 , Issue 1

Back
Pages: 89 - 94

Chairside Multi-unit Restoration of a Quadrant Using the New Cerec 3D-Software

Andreas Ender/Klaus Wiedhahn/Werner H. Mörmann

The new Cerec 3D design software for inlays and partial and full crowns simplifies work when producing several restorations in one session. Quite significant progress has been achieved, in that the entire row of teeth of a quadrant can be acquired completely and displayed by successively overlapping optical impressions. The digital working model of a quadrant in which all preparations are acquired is the result. The restorations can be designed individually and inserted virtually. Thanks to virtual insertion, the proximal contacts to neighboring restorations can be designed perfectly and all restorations finally designed, milled, and inserted in one sitting. This method provides a significant rationalization effect.

 

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