We are currently carrying out most of our work digitally (fixed prostheses, milled skeletals, as well as relaxation and surgical splints), making our work models based on the reception of compatible files of the different intraoral scanners.
In the field of fixed prosthesis, we carry out the whole range of milled materials possible in the market to proceed with any case satisfactorily.
We have bet heavily on the Digital Flux conscious that the road has only just begun.
Nowadays we can receive the files in different digital formats that the clinics send us with their intraoral scanners (Itero, 3Shape, Cerec Omnicam, etc ...)
This type of systems facilitate:
- Send work impressions quickly and accurately.
- Evaluate the treatment and provide high quality digital prints with natural colors.
- Send to the laboratory a large amount of information, indications and materials without the need to send or make visits before treatment.
The transmission of the printing data can be done through the Sirona Connect portal (Cerec Sirona scanners), or through STL files or other formats for the rest of the systems.
The Sirona Connect portal allows:
- Checking and discussing the 3D model on the screen simultaneously in the office and the laboratory during the patient treatment session
- Immediate correction of printing without the need for subsequent visits
- The transmission of complementary data such as images or design data in the form of on-screen images.
- Have a chat function, and integrated Skype connection for the exchange of personal data.
In this way, the delivery of the treatments is accelerated and the accuracy of conventional impressions becomes more accurate.
Images of models digitally received from the clinic and preparation of crowns on implants.
Images of receiving a print from an intraoral scanner with preparation of a working model from it to mill it, or print it using a 3D printer and create a physical work model.
These models are designed with our software In Lab model 18 (Dentsply Sirona), which allows us to make them with removable gum and die, also allows us to position the replicas of implants for their realization in the case of this type of work.
The realization of the models can be done with different materials for orthodontics and for the realization of splints. In this way the digital flux process is complete with the advantages that these systems give us.
The dentistry performed within the digital flux is giving us many possibilities of making different materials and types of treatments. The quality control is systematic by the software with which they are made, achieving spectacular results and what is better in constant progression.