Grupo Dental Clinics is experiencing a digital revolution in all its treatments, now more agile and personalized.
Technology at the service of health:
This advance is in addition to other digital transformations that the dental health sector is experiencing. Touch screens that integrate radiographs and digital 3D CT, intraoral scanners or 3D reconstructions. It is evident that in recent years, Grupo Dental Clinics has taken a great leap forward by digitizing a large part of its procedures and treatments, providing advantages when making diagnoses and allowing less invasive treatments to be carried out.
The great challenge of the new digital dentistry is, without a doubt, to make its work more efficient, shorten times, optimize results, make fewer mistakes and guarantee a better service to our patients, who will gain in well-being and health. In addition, the intraoral scanner can offer a personalized solution to each of the treatments, for example, in the recreation of a new tooth or prosthesis.
"They solve problems of bruxism, malposition of teeth, and also self-esteem by improving aesthetics."
Grupo Dental Clinics bets on the future
Although the big difference is that the functional issue is worked on so that the patient can chew again with all the teeth they should. On many occasions, patients are not aware that, for example, exerting more force when chewing on only one side of the mouth can lead, in the future, to ear or neck problems, apart from dental problems.
New technologies are very beneficial for professionals, but also for the patient. Thanks to intraoral scanner, the dentist does not manipulate the inside of the patient's mouth. So there are no risks of complications or pain, since it does not require anesthesia or manipulation. In these times of COVID-19, it is a much more hygienic and safe technique, as well as fast. The camera of the intraoral scanner captures the images of the patient's mouth, and they are sent immediately to the laboratory. With the help of software, in the laboratory, the team of professionals and prosthetic specialists analyzes them and makes the prosthesis, dental piece or the same invisible orthodontic splints.
The intraoral 3D scanner in invisible orthodontics
La Invisible orthodontics it has positioned itself in recent years as the most innovative technique. And it does so thanks to technological advances, on the one hand, and increased concern for aesthetics among the adult population, on the other.
In the world of dentistry, invisible orthodontics has been a breakthrough: a solution to treat the position of the teeth without the need to resort to classic braces. This technology opens the possibility for the patient to continue with an orthodontic treatment with discretion and comfort.
Invisible orthodontics shortens times, avoids pain and is a more hygienic and comfortable treatment for the patient.
Benefits of using the Intraoral Scanner in Dentistry
The intraoral digital scanners are rapidly changing the way dentists take impressions, create crowns, and perform other common forms of dental restorative work. These changes in the industry are due to the ways in which this new one allows you to have much more time available to care for other patients, be much more accurate, improve communication with other colleagues and have more positive experiences from patients.
That is why we want to show you the main benefits of using these innovative 3D equipment.
The intraoral scanner helps you reduce the crown procedure time to half what it can take with conventional equipment. Many times, patients in crown procedures know that they must spend a lot of time, that sometimes it can take up to 3 weeks to complete the procedure, but with the Intraoral scanner everything is reduced to a minimum of 8 minutes. We all know that conventional prints are not as efficient and take longer to complete than digital scans.
Many times the conventional method can make prints lasting a long time if there is a problem. This is because, rather than simply rescanning the patient's teeth, doctors have to re-print and send it to the laboratory that is less efficient.
Dentists can now take measurements down to one micron, having the ability to scan a patient's mouth. It was very difficult to have an optimal level of precision before the advent of intraoral scanners. As more and more dental offices adopt the use of scanners, it is safe to predict that this level of precision in impression taking may become the standard in the future. By making fewer mistakes, dentists can also rotate patients in their office faster and accept more clients.
Unlike traditional impression-taking methods, intraoral scanners produce digital files. These digital files can be easily shared with oral surgeons, other dental personnel, or laboratory technicians. This allows people at all ends of a patient's restorative work to communicate efficiently and effectively.
In dental practices where intraoral scanners are already in regular use, associate laboratory technicians and oral surgeons can play a more important and collaborative role in the dental industry. This helps to ensure that physicians make well-informed decisions regarding their patients.
Positive patient experiences
Intraoral digital scanners help improve the patient experience in a number of ways. On the one hand, tend to produce accurate results the first time. Patients appreciate this new level of precision because it means they will spend less time in the dental chair.
Scanned images also show much more detail and they can help you better answer questions patients may have. This increased clarity and communication at appointments means that patients are more likely to understand their treatment plans and are more open to coming back for a follow-up appointment.
For best results when showing your patients scanned images of their teeth, use a dental display with high brightness, finely calibrated gray scale and gamma adjustment.
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