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  • The stages of taking a digital impression with an intraoral scanner are as follows:The patient’s oral cavity is visualized with a scanner camera and three-dimensional measurements are taken.
    The three-dimensional visual model taken in accordance with the measurements is transferred to the computer environment with the scanner camera.
    The measurements created with the three-dimensional intraoral model displayed in the computer environment eliminate the margin of error. With this process, the margin of error in taking intraoral measurements is reduced to 1/1000. In this way, the process enables the creation of design models that fit perfectly into the mouth and teeth in prosthesis applications. Therefore, digital impression and scanning systems are the most ideal impression taking method both for taking the most appropriate impression and for the comfort of the patient.
  • The areas of use of digital measurement are as follows:Porcelain bridge preparation
    Types of dental veneers
    Lamina veneer preparation
    Intraoral impression taking
    Porcelain crown preparation
    Inlay filling construction
    Onley filling construction
  • The advantages of using digital impression and scanning systems are as follows:The use of intraoral cameras eliminates the margin of error for dentists and dental technicians.
    The measurement process is completed in a single session.
    Dental treatment times are minimized.
    Reactions such as nausea and vomiting experienced during conventional tooth measurement are eliminated.
    Patients’ expectations about the result of dental treatment and aesthetic appearance expectations are fully met.
  • The Cad/Cam system is a computer-aided design and manufacturing system. It has been in use since the early 1980s. This system has made great progress with the developing technology over time.It is based on the system of transferring the measurements taken using an intraoral camera and digital measurement and scanning system to the computer environment and then manufacturing with milling machines. While traditional methods take weeks, the Cad/Cam system allows the treatment to be completed in the same session. In this way, it provides a faster and more comfortable treatment. For this reason, it is a frequently preferred method today.
Proccesing Time : 10 Days
Anesthesia Method: Local
Return to Work: Immediately
Persistence of Results: 5 Years

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