This technology uses a digital scanner and CAD/CAM technology to create a tooth that is perfectly fabricated and fitted for you.
CAD stands for Computer-Aided Design, and CAM stands for Computer-Aided Manufacturing. Once products are digitally designed, they can then be manufactured by different means such as 3D printing or by a milling machine. It is used in many industries. From architecture, movie special effects, machine parts as well as hobby projects. We use it for dental prosthetics.
This kind of dentistry is used primarily for restorative dentistry to design crowns, veneers, bridges, and dentures. The product is then be produced by a milling machine using Porcelain or Acrylic.