Digital Dentistry Cancun

Digital Dentistry Cancun

Digital Dentistry in Cancun
 
Digital dentistry refers to the use of dental technologies or devices that incorporates digital or computer-controlled components to carry out dental procedures rather than using mechanical or electrical tools. The use of digital dentistry can make carrying out dental procedures more efficient than using mechanical tools, both for restorative as diagnostic purposes. Used as a way to facilitate dental treatments and propose new ways to meet rising patient demands.
 
clinics using digital equipment such as intra-oral scanners, lab-scanners, CAD software, milling machines and 3D-printers can have many benefits, our patients can be assured of a smoother workflow, allowing continued reduced costs and time, improved accuracy and a high level of predictability.
 
In such areas of using digital dentistry in Dentaris and our laboratory
CAD/CAM
The efficiency and fit of fully ceramic restorations fabricated through CAD/CAM. Direct digitized impressions are taken straight from the patients mouths or indirect digitized impression taken from already made impressions. The digitized impressions are then used to create CAD/CAM milled all-ceramic crowns.
 
As digital dentistry continues to adapt and becomes more common, patients visiting Cancun will benefit from up to date and cutting edge techniques and technologies.
 
 
Improvements in cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) machines have allowed for the specialists here in Dentaris to use special computer software to plan, and complete a “Virtual surgery” in Implant cases, where they can ascertain the quality of bone, if there are needs of grafting or sinus elevations, the locations of nerves, and chose the size , location and angulation of the implants needed, all before our Cancun dental specialists have even sat the patient in the chair.
 
 
Designing Smiles digitally, this can be a fantastic option to plan almost any dental treatment that may change your smile. Dental photographs are taken before the start of treatments, templates can be used to design, calculate what the smile may look like, down to shapes, shades and styles. pretty much giving a virtual smile makeover on a photo. While these are options many clinics perform these as well as the traditional methods of photos, Impressions, wax up models and as always the keen eyes and skills between the Experience dental specialist and Laboratory specialist who between the science the Art is produced a beautiful Smile.

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Improvements in cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) machines have allowed for the specialists here in Dentaris to use special computer software to plan, and complete a “Virtual surgery” in Implant cases, where they can ascertain the quality of bone, if there are needs of grafting or sinus elevations, the locations of nerves, and chose the size , location and angulation of the implants needed, all before our Cancun dental specialists have even sat the patient in the chair.

If you are looking for estimations for Dental Implant Rehabilitations in Cancun Mexico – Know the Importance of having the Necessary Images to allow specialists to provide accurate and Precision Planning – And not just felt marker on a Panoramic X-ray.

If you want to ensure your case gets the level of attention and detail that you need – We can help you get it here with Dentaris.

Why is a panoramic X-ray image is not enough?

Panoramic images are magnified and distorted whereas Cone beam images provide undistorted and accurate views of the jaws. As a result the use of panoramic images to perform measurements is unreliable. Another key difference is that CT images provide different views (cross-sectional, axial, coronal, sagittal, etc.) while panoramic x-rays provide only one view with all structures between the x-ray tube and the image detector superimposed on one another. This allows CT images to separate out the various structures.

What are the Main Applications of CT Imaging?

Dental Implants:
3D CT scans allow the surgeon and restorative dentist to optimally plan and place dental implants.

Pre-operative- identifying important landmarks like inferior dental nerve and maxillary sinus. To determine bone volume and density for optimum 3 dimensional placmenent.

Post operative- To assess bone loss and iatrogenic injury post implant plamcenent.
Have a look at the difference between imaging and Planning

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