Are you unsatisfied of being unable to apply CAD-CAM technology in your daily practice? The first time we tried to do a chair side restoration, it was not as easy as promised by many. Finally a brainstorming from the Styleitaliano group opened my mind to follow a feasible method to be able to take the best of the latest technologies and in the less time as possible.
Few time and high quality are two characteristics we would like for any of our restorations, especially for the indirect ones, laboratory steps many times impede this, especially regarding time. CAD-CAM enthusiasts claim this is extremely easy and many people felt exactly the opposite in the first contact with this technology. In other words, expending a horrible amount of time.
The styleitaliano team propose a Feasible method for CAD-CAM restorations, thinking 360º not only regarding clinical timing but as well quality and economics.
Now-a-days the digital dentistry has overcome many problems, especially regarding the precision issues and the speed of the impression time.
Partial indirect restorations are the state-of-the-art when projecting cusp protection, margin adaptation, aesthetics and most of all tissue conservation.
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