The dental milling machines use computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) to create precise dental restorations, such as crowns, bridges, and implants parts.
How Dental Milling Works
A dental milling machine works by using a computer-generated design to guide a cutting tool, such as a diamond bur, to remove material from a block of dental alloy or ceramic. The machine can create precise and accurate restorations, including custom abutments and implant bars. The process is faster and more efficient than traditional dental laboratory techniques.
Advantages of Dental Milling
Increased precision: Dental milling machines use computer-aided design and manufacturing to create precise restorations.
Faster production time: Dental milling machines can create restorations in a fraction of the time traditional laboratory techniques take.
Improved accuracy: Dental milling machines can produce highly accurate restorations with minimal human error.
Customization: Dental milling machines can create customized restorations, such as custom abutments and implant bars.
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