Precise production of dentures prevents pain and inflammation
How the dental lab technician makes the crown isn’t the only important thing in prosthodontics. The key concept is how the dentist prepares the tooth, where the new crown will be placed. The most important step is, how the dentist prepares the sorrounding tissues (the gum and the bone). In dentistry we call this providing the biological width. You can find the explanation about the biological width and preparing the gums in the following links:
Technological progress in dentistry enables us to produce prosthetic replacements much more precisely to totally fit the tooth, your gum and adjacent teeth. In our practice we want to offer patients only the best, that is why we use CAD/CAM technology for producing replacements. It is a technology, which enables computer aided design(CAD – Computer Aided Design) and manufacturing (CAM – Computer Aided Manufacturing) of prosthodontics, which leads to way fewer mistakes while producing the replacement.
The procedure of producing the teeth with CAD/CAM:
- The dentist takes an impression of the prepared grided teeth.
- The lab technician makes a positive reproduction (cast) of the impression (which is negative reproduction of the tissues) and scans it.
- The lab technician designs the teeth with a special computer program (CAD).
- The machine produces the restoration itself (CAM).
- The technician finishes the product himself and breathes life into the product with his hand made individual design.
This is how we get an extremely precise quality product, that is totally adapted to the patient. The mistakes, that appeared in the material while producing the prosthesis without computer support, are eliminated.
Would you like to have teeth replacements, which don’t show that they are artificially produced and look completely natural?