Digital Crown Impressions
Do you know that a dental restoration’s success depends on careful digital measurements and highly-precise impressions of teeth and dental ridges?
Dental science is advancing at an astonishing rate, making it more convenient for dentists to upgrade from the traditional methods to the technologically advanced ones. One such significant advancement is the way the teeth and other oral features are being scanned and imaged.
Earlier, dentists used to visually screen the teeth, take a mold of the teeth using a gooey mass and then take an X-ray to see the smaller details. This was hectic and uncomfortable for both the dentist and patients alike. Thanks to dentistry advancements, these tiresome processes are now replaced by 3D digital imaging, making it quite easy, safe, and quick.
Using the latest digital impression scanner, a highly-detailed 3D color impressions of the teeth and the mouth are taken using an intraoral camera, eliminating conventional, messy material impressions for many patients. Digital impressions thus allow dentists to perform high-tech dentistry more comfortably and expeditiously. With a digital model, your restoration can be made faster and with increased accuracy and efficiency.