Make monolithic crowns pop with this highly aesthetic and natural looking digital ceramic transfer which simplifies the task of creating incisal characterization in a crown effortless. The digital ceramic transfer material is extremely thin at 6 microns and creates 3D dimensionality in the restoration....
DTG (Dental Technicians Guild) · Aug 25-27 · Provo, UT
58% of respondents to LMT’s 2015 State of the Industry Survey offer digitally fabricated restorations. Of that percentage: 78% have at least one scanner, 59% have at least one milling machine, 24% have at least one wax printer and 7% have at least one metal printer. [Read more]
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