One of the great advances in implant dentistry of the last decade has been the integration of digital technologies into the manufacturing process for dental restorations. Historically, multiple impressions, stone model fabrication, wax fabrication, casting and other techniques derived from jewelry making were used for the creation of implant abutments and crowns. CAD/CAM technology now allows for us to use a computer to scan, design, and fabricate dental restorations both virtually and in real life to ensure the best fitting, strongest and longest lasting dental restorations ever seen.
This technology is used in every major manufacturing system in the world including: avionics, commercial manufacturing, and automobile construction. Our commitment to excellence includes incorporating those technologies, which will ultimately benefit our patients, improve our efficiency, and reduce our costs without sacrificing the quality our patients want.