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The future is here! CAD/CAM digital workflow in orthodontics: from planning to manufacturing predicted optimal smile
EAO Online Library. ROMANO R. Oct 12, 2018; 232128
Dr. Rafi ROMANO
Dr. Rafi ROMANO
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1. CAD-CAM digital workflow
2. 3D planning
3. Missing lateral incisors- To close or open?
4. Implant or Bonded Bridge?
Modern dentistry involves 3D technologies with the help of intraoral scanners and 3D treatment planning. In recent years, clear aligners have evolved significantly and we can treat almost every case without the need of bonded braces on the teeth.
The lecture will focus on the digital workflow from scanning to planning, from in-office minor tooth movements to full 3D individualized orthodontic appliances. Simulation techniques help the clinician to build an anchorage system that can obviate the need for dental or orthodontic implants
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