Following information details the terms and conditions of the DentCore Medit i500 Total Protection Extended Warranty Program (“Extended Warranty”): Coverage Terms: Coverage Period. The Coverage period will begin as soon as the Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty Period ends. Medit i500’s Manufacturer’s Warranty lasts for one year after the Acceptance Protocol signature date. If a signed Acceptance…

EnvisionTEC’s E-Dent 400 printing material for the Perfactory family of 3D printers is a biocompatible Class IIa and FDA-approved solution for the accurate 3D printing of crowns and bridges for long-term temporary use. E-Dent 400 can also be used for the 3D printing of very tough veneers that are extremely accurate and have a very…

E-Guide Rigid PU is strong, flexible material with smooth finish. Originally designed for industrial prototyping applications, DentCore tested it for dental diagnostic wax-up application with resounding success. Due to the high accuracy of the EnvisionTEC build styles, fitting and margin quality is excellent. The greatest advantage of the E-Rigid PU over milling wax discs is…

This guide will provide an overview of a method that allows a clinician with an intra oral scanner, such as the Medit i500, an easy and streamlined method of creating a verified, final model and deliver a temporary all-on-four restoration. Post-implant placement The clinician must provide the following to the laboratory: Wax Rim: For checking…

It’s great to have chances to write technical articles such as these to help grow the dental community’s understanding of digital dentistry. This article covers the basic steps taken to fabricate a CAD/CAM crown using Lava Esthetic zirconia. Click the link down below to read the Article! Feel free to contact us for any further…

Check out this video to see the basic workflow of doing an impression scan with the Identica series.

December 2, 2015 Posted by DentistryIQ Editors Making a great first impression matters. Especially for dentists and dental lab professionals involved with creating the highest possible quality dental restorations for patients. If a dental impression is taken improperly, it means repeat visits for the patient and dentist, because dental labs may not be able to…