Digital dental implants mean more than keeping pace with technology and innovation. They help you consistently achieve precise placement and aesthetic restorations. They also save time and money and provide a better patient experience.
A handheld intraoral camera is used to scan your patients’ oral cavities. Digital impressions have several advantages:
- Eliminate the need for polyvinyl impressions
- Decrease chair time
- Increase patient comfort by limiting gag reflexes and associated anxiety
Digital Implants Workflow
A digital workflow means you’ll communicate with us online to design, produce, and deliver dental implant parts and other products for you and your patients. Instead of taking polyvinyl impressions and shipping them to us, you will electronically send us digital impressions and imaging files from cone-beam scans. We use digital files to manufacture dental products, including:
- Analog implant models
- Customized healing abutments
- Surgical guides
- Temporary crowns
The workflow can be tracked from a mobile device. You’ll be able to log in our site and check the progression of each case you submit to us.
Digital implant dentistry makes planning easier. We upload digital impressions and cone-beam scans to help you plan for accurate implant placement. CAD-CAM technology is used to virtually place implants in the ideal restorative position.
Planning is based on the desired aesthetic results, bone density, and clinical situation for each patient. This solution increases treatment predictability and helps deliver a better outcome. We will electronically send you the surgical plan to review and approve before we print.
There are many benefits, including:
- Produce precise surgical guides
- Increase efficiency
- Increase accuracy
- Simplify restoration
- Achieve optimal aesthetics
We use in-house 3D printing technology to produce dental products. Production time is reduced, and the items you request are consistently made with precision. The consistency helps you provide patient-specific solutions and restorations that meet individual aesthetic goals.
At Miller Dental Lab, certified dental technicians assist with case management. Neil Miller is a master dental technician of the Las Vegas Institute of Advanced Dentistry, as well as a certified master ceramist. He has also received advanced occlusal training through several educational institutions, including The Dawson Academy.
We invite you to contact us to discuss your requirements and how a partnership with Miller Dental Lab can help you maximize the benefits of digital implant dentistry.