We can take the case plan from the restorative dentist, synthesize the cone-beam scan into the case planning and create a 3-D surgical guide. It will give you the diameter and the depth of the surgery, greatly simplifying your surgery.
• No messy impression materials
• No separate impression appointment with the restorative dentist
• No need to order special impression parts
• No shipping
The surgeon simply scans the oral cavity and uploads the scan.
We’ll 3-D print the model. From that we can create the temporary, the custom abutment (if desired), and the crown.
As soon as we receive the digital scan from the surgeon, we’ll call the restorative dentist and tell them we’ve received the scan for this particular patient. We’ll give them the details of the case, including the date they will receive the final restoration, which will be in 2 to 5 days.
After opening, Neil Miller became the first technician from Kentucky to be honored as a master ceramist from the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies. His lab then became one of the first labs in the state to obtain the IPS Empress all-ceramic pressing system. We then became pioneers with the e.max system and the CEREC inLab milling system for creating zirconia frameworks.
Now we’re pioneering again with digital dental implant technology, one of the most exciting advances ever in laboratory technology.Learn More
“I rely on Miller Dental Implant Lab to keep me completely up-to-date on dental implants in my practice. From pre-op planning to guided surgery to final placement, I can count on their team. I get quality work with quick turnaround and personal attention for each case.”
Dr. Jenny Miller