Dental laminates and veneers are very thin tooth coloured materials used to cover tooth surface to mask discoloured tooth which cannot be restored back to original form by conventional methods or to improve shape and size of tooth with minimal damage to original tooth structure overall greatly improving esthetics. Unlike composite material build up a […]
A smile is almost a cultural determinant of your acceptance by the society. It might just be a simple movement of your teeth and lips but it holds in itself the ability to convey emotions, enhance your connection with those around you and make you more human and social.
3D printing is the newest name in groundbreaking technologies. It is one of those disrupting inventions that have a strong impression in all fields. It has been previously used in aerospace modeling and designing. In the recent years, it has also been a great contributor in the field of experimental dentistry. Now, the impact of 3D printing in surgery has been widespread, taking the world by storm. Since dentistry had already been using CAD CAM technologies, using 3D printing to produce drill guides for dental implants and producing physical models for orthodontics and prosthetic has revolutionized the industry very fast.
It is said that “Smile is the best curve on the body!” Do you know that smile is the most important thing you can wear? It can also impact the way people think about you. Smile is the greatest stress-reliever and a smile can instantly boost up your mood. It also has a considerable impact […]
CAD-CAM is the acronym for computer aided design/computer aided manufacturing, is a revolutionizing density altogether, but it’s not a relatively new way of manufacturing commodities, for decades it has been used to manufacture precision tools, machinery parts and automobiles and for the past 20 years it has been fused with dentistry. Dentists use the […]