Digital Dentistry

Today, new computer-aided technologies are also used in dentistry for diagnosis, planning and treatment purposes. With digital dentistry, treatments are completed in a shorter time and the follow-up of patients is much more successful.

Digital Dentistry

CAD/CAM (Computer Aided Design - Computer Aided Manufacturing) CEREC:

It is also known as computer aided design and computer aided manufacturing. In dentistry, the required restoration is measured by using 3D scanners in the mouth and restorations can be prepared by milling porcelain blocks with an interconnected system. All types of porcelain restorations can be made using this system.

Porcelain laminate/veneer treatments used in aesthetic dentistry, single tooth porcelain veneers, porcelain fillings also called inlay/onlay can be completed in a much shorter time compared to conventional methods. Since the restorations made with this system are recorded in the computer environment, they can be re-prepared and applied to the patient very quickly in cases where they need to be repeated. Especially in patients with time problems, many porcelain restorations can be completed and applied on the same day.

iTero™ 3D Intraoral Scanner :

Apart from the 3D impressions taken for orthodontic treatment with Invisalign aligners; it is a scanner used for monitoring tooth development, making fixed orthodontic appliances and taking prosthetic impressions.

With its simulation feature, it provides information to the patient about how the treatment will result at the beginning of orthodontic treatments.

The records provided in digital environment provide convenience in retrospective controls.