Cerec Ortho scan ----- Night guard
So I got myself scanned by my wife's assistant and created a night guard out of nextdent's ortho clear. Took 39 mins to print on the moonray S. Working on profiles for form 2 when I get more resin in. Fit was perfect.
Exocad was used to design the splint. I imported the stl files from cerec ortho and they are already lined up in exocad in relation to each other. Then designed the splint from there. Export and then print on your favorite printer!
On 8/22/2017 at 8:09 pm, Mike Skramstad said...On 8/22/2017 at 6:04 pm, David Honey said...
Exocad is an expensive program. 5k for the main program and 750 per module. I think inlab 16 will do splints as well.
Yes it does
Mike, how do you export the data from chairside ortho to inLab Splint? I've tried every which way I can think of (except for Sirona connect) and I cannot get an ortho scan to open in inLab. Do I need the ortho module on the inLab side of things?