The Integration of CAD/CAM in Oral Rehabilitation

Contemporary dentistry has been immersed in a revolutionary panorama thanks to the integration of advanced technologies such as CAD/CAM in the field of oral rehabilitation. This technological binomial stands as a fundamental pillar for professionals, raising the precision, efficiency and quality of dental procedures.

The intrinsic relevance of this tool lies in its ability to digitize the planning and execution of restorative treatments. The reconstruction of damaged or absent dental structures requires millimeter precision, and this is where the CAD/CAM system becomes an indispensable ally. It allows the preparation of dental restorations through computer-assisted design and automated manufacturing, providing personalized and aesthetically impeccable results.

Oral rehabilitators find in the CAD/CAM an expeditious way for the design, manufacture and placement of dental prostheses in a single appointment, minimizing the number of patient consultations and optimizing resources. This efficiency translates into a substantial improvement in the experience.

Specifically, CAD/CAM technology is used in oral rehabilitation for the manufacture of a wide variety of dental restorations, such as:

  • Crowns.
  • Faces.
  • Bridges.
  • Complete prosthesis.
  • Dental implants.

The possibility of digitally visualizing the design of the dental prosthesis before its manufacture allows precise adjustments, minimizing errors and ensuring a perfect fit once placed in the patient’s mouth, which improves the durability of restorations and customer satisfaction.

As a professional in this area, in addition to the benefits it will bring for those who attend with you, you will have:

Reduction of time in your work

More comfort: CAD/CAM technology reduces the need to take traditional dental impressions, which can be uncomfortable for patients.

More security: CAD/CAM technology uses high-quality and safe materials for oral health.

The implementation of CAD/CAM not only benefits clinical practice, but also encourages professional growth. The oral rehabilitators who master this emerging tool are at the forefront of modern dentistry, expanding their technical skills and positioning themselves as references in the discipline.

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