CAD/CAM tehnology


CAD/CAM tehnology

CAD / CAM (Computer-Aided Design and Computer-Aided Manufacturing in Dentistry) is a specific and sophisticated way of making dental restorations. With the help of modern computer technology, scanning the patient’s model or jaw in digital form gives a 3D model on which dental restorations are virtually modeled with the help of software for modeling and tooth design, and then made with the help of computers, machine milling of ceramic blocks.

This revolutionary technology has brought new standards in the production of dental restorations, as well as new ceramic materials significantly improved and better than previous materials used in the classic production of dental restorations. By applying this technology, we have the opportunity to make teeth from complete ceramics or zircon oxide-reinforced ceramics based on world-famous manufacturers Vita-Zahanfabrik, Ivoclar-Vivadent.

What is important for the patient is the procedure for making metal-free crowns and bridges, which is standard after grinding teeth.

With this method we can make dental crowns, dental bridges, dental inlays and onlays of different shades from standard to teeth very white shades of natural heat and transparency.

Dental crowns and bridges can also be made on implants, which is the highest level of quality in today’s dental rehabilitation. The time required to make these fees is 2 to 5 days, depending on the size of the restoration.

It is known that today more and more people suffer from various types of allergies, it is important to know that today’s modern dentistry offers us a solution on metal-free bases by applying new materials in making metal-free ceramic solutions that are significantly better than classic metal bases. In addition to superior aesthetics, the most important thing is to mention the health aspect, because metals are not introduced into the body, which can negatively affect the body, releasing negative ions that stain the gingiva of the teeth.