This hands-on course will describe the many options now available to dental laboratories to replace metal and acrylic with state-of-the-art thermoplastics.
Whether making clasps, removable partial dentures, provisionals, or anti-snoring appliances, thermoplastics offer real advantages. Kris will provide...
Kris Schermerhorn, CDT, AAS, describes the many options available to replace metal and acrylic with state-of-the-art thermoplastics. Whether you're fabricating...See more clasps, removable partial dentures, provisionals or anti-snoring appliances, he details the advantages of thermoplastics, provides step-by-step...
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Among laboratory owners who offer digital restorations, here's the percentage of their total C&B caseload that's fabricated using a milling machine or printer: on average, 46% is CAD/CAM milled, 18% is fabricated with wax printers and 12% is fabricated with metal printers.
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