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June 29, 2018
By Lee Ann Brady, DMD
Supported by Kulzer
Within a practice, balancing digital dentistry concepts with pre-digital "analog" dentistry is an evolving challenge. Although many dental offices are attempting to become 100% digital, they are more likely achieving only 90% while they continue to rely at times on traditional analog techniques. Fortunately, excellent systems have been designed to navigate the ground between analog and digital, giving clinicians the time to decide when and where to incorporate more digital technology.
review capturing digital lab records and systems to optimize an analog/digital partnership
discuss the implementation of digital impression making systems
describe the workflow for digital lab fabrication
About the Author
Lee Ann Brady, DMD, Director of Education, Clinical Mastery Series; Private Practice, Glendale, ArizonaDownload FREE eBook now!