Camera with online training

  • Published 2008 in BDJ


uses a digital impressioning technique to enable dentists to create sophisticated chairside all-ceramic restorations. Saving laboratory costs, it enables dentists to design and create all-ceramic inlays, onlays, partial crowns, veneers and crowns for the anterior, premolar and molar regions in one visit. Eliminating the need for impressions, it captures the data via a digital impression which is then milled from a solid block in the milling unit via a wireless connection. The milling unit can be situated anywhere that is convenient within the practice, even as a fascinating eye-catcher in the waiting room. Combined with adhesive bonding techniques, Cerec creates biocompatible, nonmetallic, natural-looking restorations from durable high-quality ceramic materials in a single treatment session without the need for provisional restorations. Reader response number 50

DOI: 10.1038/sj.bdj.2008.1117

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@article{2008CameraWO, title={Camera with online training}, author={}, journal={BDJ}, year={2008}, volume={223}, pages={384-384} }