The evolution of digital full dentures began in 2015, when Amann Girrbach launched the first integrated and digital system for full dentures up to the try-in stage in wax. A lot has changed since then – in this live lecture recording at the #DigitalDentalShow (May 2020) Thomas Gienger, AG Course Trainer, shows you the latest advancements and the various options which the Ceramill CAD/CAM system offers today for the inhouse production of full and single jaw dentures, like 3D printing.
Filling an empty space with teeth can be a tough challenge, but tools such as the Ceramill M-Smile software module can be a massive help. Whether it is to help customers visualize the case or as a 3D planning tool to fabricate diagnostic digital wax-ups and provisionals. Alexander Wuensche, CDT, has used the software module for esthetical planning multiple times in the past. In this live lecture recording, held at the #DigitalDentalShow (May2020), the laboratory owner from Miami shows efficient ways to create highly esthetical and perfectly fitting dental prostheses based on real patient cases.
In this short tutorial we show you the easy installation of the Ceramill Map 600 scanner.
A short introduction of the Ceramill M-Gin software module by our Course Instructor Thomas Gienger. Create implant-supported long-span bridges, Ceramill REAX, with gingiva parts easy and completely digital.
With the rollout of the Ceramill Mind software update 3.14 (Q4 2019) it is now possible to digitally design and fabricate single jaw dentures. This video shows in a brief manner the workflow and new software features.
With the Ceramill Mind software update 3.14 it is now easier and more efficient than ever, to produce implant-supported bridges with gingiva parts.
With the Ceramill Mind Update 3.14 it is now possible to save up to 70% of time when creating implant-supported bridges with gingiva parts. An unparalleled variety of materials and options is provided within the Ceramill M-Gin software – it’s time to re(l)ax!
In the second episode of the series “Thomas’ CAD Clue”, Thomas Gienger, explains how to design the perfect fit between the abutment and the gingiva in the Ceramill Mind software.
Thanks to many years of experience with the Ceramill software (Ceramill Mind, Match, scan software), Thomas Gienger, Amann Girrbach course trainer, knows the software inside out. This year he shares valuable tips & tricks with you, one each month. In the first clue of this series, he shows one of the latest features of the Ceramill Map 600 scanner, the full jaw impression scanning.