A better CAD/CAM process? And, CBCT improves sialolith diagnosis

Dear DrBicuspid Member,

If a chairside CAD/CAM system could fabricate durable all-ceramic crowns more quickly than current methods and with less patient discomfort, wouldn't you be intrigued? One manufacturer is claiming that its new process is both faster and more reliable than traditional porcelain-fused-to-metal approaches. The competition, not surprisingly, disagrees. Read more in the latest Restoratives Community feature.

And while ultrasonography and computed tomography are the current methods of choice for detecting and assessing salivary stones, a new study contends that cone-beam CT offers some distinct advantages. Read more by clicking here or visiting the Imaging & CAD/CAM Community.

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