The dental field is in constant evolution. For many years now, we’ve adapted our fabrication techniques to reflect the digital world’s new reality. More and more professionals have replaced traditional impression techniques with intra-oral scanners because they present many inconveniences, as much for the patient as for the professional. In fact, many patients dislike the traditional procedure because not only does it leave a bad taste it can also provoke gag reflexes, especially when taking maxillary impression. Furthermore, saliva, deglutition and in-mouth solid material removal may reduce impression precision. Digital impression offers many advantages. In fact, intra-oral scan ensures accrued precision which is of considerable importance for high quality restorations. Patient comfort is significantly improved as there is no molding material used. To this day, many companies have developed digital impression systems and at our laboratory, we’re able to process any type of file, whichever system is used.
When you send us a digital impression file, we print the model directly in our laboratory. Many stages of manipulation are thus eliminated improving significantly the work precision. Whether for crowns and bridges, implant works, occlusal plates or partial dentures, digital impression is a solution that is increasingly efficient not only for the patient but for the dentist as well as for the laboratory.