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White Paper

Researchers develop novel hybrid workflow

Researchers develop novel hybrid workflow to create patient-specific, full-color dental restorations.

New developments in digital workflows have opened the door to unprecedented accuracy in dental restorations. Conventional ceramic press manufacturing is still the gold standard for producing resilient and aesthetically accurate restorations. Combined with the use of intraoral scanners, digital dentistry can now provide accurate recording of color, surface, and tooth structure for use in 3D printed models of the patient’s mouth. The data from these scanners can be used to produce the most accurate crowns and bridges for a patient’s esthetic treatment.

New developments in digital workflows have opened the door to unprecedented accuracy in dental restorations

Combined with the use of intraoral scanners, digital dentistry can now provide accurate recording of color, surface, and tooth structure for use in 3D printed models of the patient’s mouth.

Digital workflows

In 2022, the Journal of Esthetic and Restorative Dentistry published a paper on a new digital workflow that uses conventional press ceramic techniques for producing crown and bridge restorations, alongside 3D-printing technology used to create full-color dental models.

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