Digital Technologies in Dental Aesthetic

Digital dentistry which includes state-of-the-art technologies is no longer a fashion, but a necessity.

It offers significant advantages over conventional dental medicine like a more efficient and precise treatment and a much higher predictability level of the final result.

X-rays with a much lower radiation level, a perfectly integrated smile with the face’s features, dental reconstructions performed in record time, even less than 24 hours; these are just a few examples of what modern dental technology can do.

The number of people who have requested complex dental treatments, especially from the field of dental aesthetics has increased in recent years and with demand the supply has also improved. To meet the high demands of the patients, the dental services market has turned to the development of implantology and dental aesthetics through the specialization of doctors and endowment with the latest generation equipment through which they can offer integrated services at international standards.

The aim of a completely computerized way to deal with replicating functional and aesthetic parameters in full arch implant supported restoration procedure is to fully digitalize the entire process.

Digital Technology Benefits

No digital technique is perfect and cannot replace the human hand but the digitalization of dentistry and techniques greatly improves the quality of the prosthetic work greatly fluidizing the steps the patient goes through.

- The tests done are much less as well, as few as two sessions needed to obtain the desired prosthetic work, so the time is reduced to a minimum.

- The processing of prosthetic parts, faster and more accurate, can be done with the help of digital processing equipment and new materials such as zirconium or ceramic type E- Max.

- The finishing of the prosthetic parts is more precise being done by the most advance CADCAM technology. Moreover, nowadays there are special software systems and all digital protocols for dental aesthetics.

- The benefits of digital technologies are felt by the patient from the first session when instead of the classic impression with classic materials hard to bear in the oral cavity he will have a digital scanning.

- Better communication with the patient by being able to visualize their own images and analyze together the contour, symmetries and proportions of the teeth and discuss about possible problems and expectations; in one word, involving the patient in all the steps of the process.

Most Innovative Dentistry Technologies

CADCAM - innovation that enables dental restorations, for example, crowns, veneers, trims and on-lays to be manufactured utilizing electronic processing technology. Dental specialists work with in-office CADCAM to finish same-day tooth rebuilding, efforts that would otherwise require at least two visits to finish. On the other hand, if your case is more complicated, the specialist may work with a dental research facility that uses CADCAM innovation to make the restoration.