There have been several recent threads asking about the feasibility of model-free, all-digital rehab using Cerec. While there is definitely some work involved to make this process a reality, we now have all the necessary software tools to make it happen: Cerec ortho, smile design, and a virtual articulator. Yes, these tools need to be improved upon and evolved, but the days of physical models, facebows, articulators, and wax-ups are numbered. I present the following case with the goals of outlining the steps in the process and demonstrating the advantages of a purely digital FMR process. The minor details will be further explained in the forthcoming Q3 Cdocs Magazine and at DS World. See you all there!
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On 7/31/2017 at 11:40 am, Alex Botvinnik said... Totally awesome!
Why does it look like the temps have articulating paper marks while still in the block?
Yup, great work and documentation.
@ Alex: The darker areas are so thin that the material can't block out the black background in the picture. The VDO didn't change very much on that tooth/teeth.