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APPLICATION OF AORALSCAN 3 IN IMMEDIATE LOADING

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APPLICATION OF AORALSCAN 3 IN IMMEDIATE LOADING

Intraoral scanners are a critical component of modern dental practices, which allow for more accurate restorations and more efficient relationships with labs. Digital impressions also improve the patient experience by reducing chair-time and the overall number of visits, especially for implant cases, it is easy for us to get the digital impression without material contact & complicated workflow of traditional impression taking, this case report describes the use of Aoralscan 3 from SHINING3D to capture tooth, gingiva and scan body for a case of immediate implants and immediate loading. The patient in this case was an old man who presented...

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AORALSCAN 3 SCANNING SYSTEM BY DENTAL ADVISOR

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AORALSCAN 3 SCANNING SYSTEM BY DENTAL ADVISOR

The Aoralscan 3 is a scanning system that can be used for orthodontic and restorative procedures. It is capable of ortho simulation as well as creating an oral health report (see Appendix A). It connects to a computer or laptop and is now available with an optional cart for portability. This system possesses a host of features such as A.I. technology to automatically identify and filter out unnecessary soft tissue data, motion sensing to advance to the next scan with minimal contact with the computer, and most importantly, fast and accurate scans. Clinical Case The patient presented with a symptomatic...

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RECISE IMPLANT RESTORATION GUIDED BY DIGITAL SURGICAL GUIDE

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RECISE IMPLANT RESTORATION GUIDED BY DIGITAL SURGICAL GUIDE

Traditional dental implants primarily rely on the dentist’s experience to evaluate the success rate of the implant. Because there is no way to determine the position of implant placement through CT examination directly, it is necessary to cut tissue during the operation and estimate the implant placement based on the dentist’s sensory experience. Yet the oral situation of each patient is different. The depth, direction and accuracy of the implant position cannot be fully realized by naked eyes and experience alone. Digital implant surgical guides can assist dentists in accurately positioning implant placement. They clarify the implant depth and angle...

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Why dental loupes are necessary?

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Why dental loupes are necessary?

1. Better Visual Acuity One of the many challenges faced by those working in the dental field is viewing the microscopic details of the teeth; from dark holes to almost invisible stains. Tackle this challenge with the human eye alone, and you are setting yourself up for failure. Even if you boast 20:20 vision, such details require magnification, and dental loupes provide the user with vision which is far superior to that which could be achieved naturally. With the use of dental loupes, users can view all details of the oral cavity with enhanced magnification; improving your visual acuity and...

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IMPLANT SURGERY WITH THE APPLICATION OF SURGICAL GUID

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IMPLANT SURGERY WITH THE APPLICATION OF SURGICAL GUID

With the development of digital implant technology, the application of intraoral scanning and surgical guide is becoming more and more popular. In implant surgery, the accuracy and efficiency can be improved by printing the personalized surgical guide that consistent with patient’s intraoral condition according to the intraoral data. Patient information The patient had both side of the lower posterior teeth missing for 4 years and CBCT show that #44 root canal had high density ray blocking substance; low density shadow in the root tip; complete absorption in the labial bone wall of the root. #45 top of the ridge had...

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