In this blog, we’ll go over how an effective emergence profile design is crucial for implant success, learn about the EBC zones that shape every beautiful outcome, and see why soft tissue considerations are non-negotiable for that perfect fit. So, if you're ...

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In this digital age, dental practices are continuously evolving with technological advancements with the introduction of dental Computer-Aided Design (CAD) software to dental practices and laboratories marking a significant step into what we now refer to as 'digital dentistry.' Dental CAD software ...

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Dentures, a longstanding solution for tooth loss or edentulism, have been integral to dental care for generations. Traditionally crafted from acrylic, these dental prostheses have been a mixed blessing. While they restore basic oral functions and aesthetics, traditional dentures have notable challenges. ...

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Pearl, a company that provides artificial intelligence (AI) solutions for dentistry, has partnered with Gamma Tech, a provider of X-ray services in Australia and New Zealand. Through this partnership, Gamma Tech will distribute Pearl's AI-powered software Second Opinion to its customers in ...

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In the world of modern dentistry, precision and detailed understanding of a patient's oral and maxillofacial structures are key to delivering effective treatment plans. As technology continues to evolve, the use of sophisticated tools like Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) has become a ...

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The world of dentistry has seen some revolutionary changes in recent years, and one of the most significant advancements has been the rise of 3D printing in dentistry. In particular, the exciting idea of 3D printing restorations. We have previously covered the ...

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Dental splints and nightguards are dental appliances that serve multiple purposes, from protecting teeth to managing bruxism and temporomandibular joint disorders. The emergence of 3D printing technology and quality resin materials has revolutionized their fabrication, offering significant advantages in terms of accuracy, ...

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3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, has revolutionized various industries with its ability to create detailed and precise three-dimensional objects. In dentistry, 3D printing is now playing a critical role in many indications such as fabricating accurate dental models. This is ...

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As we enter an explosive new era in dentistry, the digital revolution is fundamentally changing the landscape of the profession. No longer is there a need for traditional impressions using alginate or polyvinyl siloxane (PVS) materials to produce plaster casts. Today's dental ...

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With over 60 manufacturing and supply companies and more than 100 exhibition booths, dental professionals from all over New Zealand gathered at the Viaduct Events Centre in Auckland this past weekend.Not only was our very own director of iDD, Dr. Ahmad Al-Hassiny, ...

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Until a couple years ago, CAD/CAM technology was the latest advancement in dental technology. Although CAD/CAM is still used extensively as a crucial tool in dentistry today, 3D printing has become a digital revolution that the dental industry has quickly adopted, in ...

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