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Dental, Milling and 3D Printing
Today dental implant treatment is a common solution for replacing missing teeth. Many courses are available for clinicians to continually develop and adopt advanced techniques to integrate the latest technology into dental implant procedures.
The latest in the DWX Series of DGSHAPE dental mills, the DWX-52D 5-Axis Dental Milling Machine and the DWX-52DCi Automatic Disc Changer, certainly represent an evolution from the original DWX-50. Increased quality, ease-of-use, reliability, efficiency and versatility, plus the ability to handle a wide range of materials and uses, are just some of the key features and benefits you can expect to experience.
When exploring Dental Milling Machines, one of the first things you need to understand is the various materials that can be used and the types of materials that will be in demand from your client base.
Yamaichi Special Steel is a perfect fit for the precise world of figure skating. Based in Nagoya, Japan – the home of many famous ice skaters – the steelwork company specialises in unique products such as automotive and semiconductor components, but has spent the past six years developing a completely new style of ice-skate blade. Plus, using a Roland DG METAZA MPX-90 photo impact printer from Roland DG, it is able to personalise each blade for its wearer.
DGSHAPE by Roland DG presents a graphical look at the dental CAD/CAM workflow for producing patient prosthetics. A great reference for dental offices, lab technicians, patients and those interested in getting into dental lab production, it shows the digital process of producing crowns, inlays, onlays, bridges and other restorations -- from office visit to finished prosthetic.
The future of dental technology is firmly rooted in mechanisation and automation and there is a major move toward a convergence of interrelated technologies. For example, the merging of 3D scanned data with 3D radiographs and extra-oral facial scans, allowing dentists to create virtual patients with all the metrics required for diagnosis, treatment planning and technology-aided treatment.