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Digital Dental Technology

Let's be honest: When one sits in front of an implant case in today's world, who hasn't pondered how they are going to digitally complete the entire "mess"? Obviously, in the format that was envisioned, making use of the resources that were accessible, and most crucially, according to the prescribed timeline. This is the origin of the idea that digital dentistry is extremely simple to use.

In point of fact, even in their more conventional or analogous forms, implant cases have always represented the highest level of laboratory discipline. However, as a result of the rise of digitization, the level of complexity has substantially increased. Consider the process of making a model of an implant as an illustration. After having taken a digital impression of the patient's teeth, the dentist has asked the dental laboratory to ship the restoration at the same time as the model. The development of a plaster model and the usage of a transfer key used to make everything relatively simple; however, the laboratory must now provide responses to the following questions: What scanbody (system) was utilized by the person who took the impression? Can you tell me about the software that is utilized in the dental office and the laboratory? Does the laboratory have access to all of the necessary libraries? Are there any illustrations or illustrations that correspond to this? Elements of digital workflows that are considered fundamental.

Before beginning the process of actually fabricating the implant abutment, it is probable that the decision regarding the production method, and more specifically, the design program to be utilized, is the single most significant step that must be taken. The laboratory stays in regular communication with us in order to question about the right manner in which we should treat the scan file that the dentist has provided to us.

"Matching" Scanbody

Osstem Peek Scanbody

They say that precision begins even before the first step is taken, which is something that we wholeheartedly agree with. As a consequence of this, the very first stage of the digital workflow involves the utilization of a scan body. This procedure is performed so that the exact position of the implant may be communicated to the patient. The practical exam, on the other hand, shows that the procedure that particularly processes the scan data that is transmitted from the practice to the laboratory is the one that has the most potential for error and so should be given the most attention. The decision-making process that goes into choosing the intraoral scanbody that will be used during the procedure presents a risk of error. Because in the end, this decision makes it possible to pursue a greater variety of chances, any one of which may lead to very satisfying outcomes. It ought to go without saying that the scanbody is required in order for the final implant abutment to fit properly in the patient's mouth. To be more particular, it needs to be confirmed that there are no empty seats in it throughout the course of the scan and that mucosa or any other impurities are not blocking it in any manner. Additionally, it needs to be ensured that there are no voids in its seats. It is crucial to ensure that the correct scanbody is used in order to generate an intraoral imprint. This is one of the most important steps in the process. In addition to this, the practitioner should make sure that every part of the implant model that requires additional processing is digitally documented. This will allow any potential issues that may arise during the manufacturing process of the implant model to be avoided.

Choosing An Appropriate Interface

What subsequent processes are there after the scanning has been finished? This is the query that demands a response to be given to it. The bulk of the time, the scan can be transferred by employing one of the several cloud-based services that are made available by chairside service providers. This is true in the great majority of instances. It is also possible to display the data in a different fashion; nevertheless, you should keep in mind the potential applications of the scan in the years to come. This is because it is possible to present the data in a different method. Not all computer systems are capable of processing each and every scanbody due to the fact that there is such a vast diversity of them. For instance, the only software application that is able to process these scanbodies any further is the one that is distributed by Dentsply Sirona. This is because Dentsply Sirona is the only company that develops such a program. This is due to the fact that Dentsply Sirona is the sole business in the industry capable of doing so. Users of major open source CAD software systems, such as exocad or 3Shape, have the ability to import "implant libraries" from a variety of manufacturers into their projects. These "implant libraries" may be found on the websites of the respective manufacturers. These "implant libraries" can be located on the websites of a variety of different manufacturers. After those steps have been finished, the product design process can next make use of these libraries to complete its work. Other software solutions, like as those given by Dentsply Sirona, are inaccessible to anybody other than the companies who supply hard-coded implants and the associated systems for each of those companies. The enormous amount of alternate possibilities that are currently available may rapidly become daunting for a person if they do not have any prior experience working with open systems. This overload, when analyzed via the use of numbers, may be ascribed to the fact that exocad alone supplies more than 5,000 implant libraries with a range of more than 87,000 different components. This could be a contributing factor in the problem.

The Ideal Model Selection

Megagen Anyone Metal Scanbody

Because of their retentive geometry for fixing in the plaster model, commercially available analogs are not suited for use in the manufacturing of exact digital models and hence cannot be used in this process. As a direct consequence of this, utilizing these analogs in the process of developing accurate digital models is not conceivable. Because of this, it is impossible to put any of their resources to use in any way that would be practical. In view of the fact that there is a large pool of potential comparisons from which to select, it is of the utmost significance to zero in on the analogy that is most pertinent to the situation that is being discussed. The analogue that was manufactured by the same company that developed the implant, or one from the selection that was made accessible by a third-party source, such as nt-trading's DIM Analogue or Elos Medtech's Elos Accurate® Analogue for Printed Models (PMA). Both of these examples are examples of analogues. Before any surface impressions can be taken of the model, it first needs to be transformed into a 3D model through the use of a piece of software known as Modelbuilder. When that time comes, we are going to have a conversation about the suitable analogs, and after that, the system will have been taken into consideration. After that, you'll be able to move on to the following stage of continuing to work on the model, which will grant you a greater degree of autonomy.

Making The Proper Decision

On top of that, the beginning of the digital era has made it that much more difficult to have everything ready at the same time. It is essential to always make preparations in advance for how the job will be carried on after it has been accomplished, and this is true irrespective of the strategy that is selected to be utilized for the process of implementation. In the case that this does not take place, it will result in a significant error that is difficult to uncover, and in accordance with the proverb "shit in, shit out," it will lead to results that are, at the very least, unsatisfactory.


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