Manufacturing in CAM process
In the next step, the parts designed on the computer using the CAD process are automatically produced by a computer-controlled milling machine using the 3D process. In this way, very high quality ceramic bridges, crowns, inlays and other parts can be produced at high speed. The use of uniform ceramic materials means that there is no distortion when heated, so that a superior accuracy of fit is achieved without reworking. Another advantage of these materials is their biocompatibility, which means that 100% compatibility is achieved. These inlays, crowns, or bridges, which are milled out of one piece of ceramic material, also have an exceptionally high strength and durability.
Manufacturing in 3D printing
3D printers and materials specially developed for dentistry open up completely new perspectives for the treating dentist. Long-term temporaries with very good aesthetics, accuracy of fit and durability can already be printed today.