CAD-CAM in dentistry

  • Duret F
  • Blouin J
  • Duret B
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It is possible to produce complete crowns, inlays, and onlays as well as fixed prostheses from various materials through use of computer-aided design and manufacturing. This report from France stresses the clinical application of this system. After a long period of research, computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD-CAM) in dentistry has become clinically applicable. This article Ù exclusively aimed at the clinical practice of dentistry. Setting aside scientific considerations, the practitioner will learn, through this paper, how the system is used.

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  • Francois Duret

  • Jean-Louis Blouin

  • Bernard Duret

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