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3 Dimensional Printers

Three-dimensional printing, the alias of additive manufacturing, is an advanced manufacturing technology. In CAD-CAM systems, restorations can be produced with devices that mill various types of dental blocks, and today, restorations can be produced layer by layer with current printing technology. Thanks to this system, a 3D digital design made anywhere in the world can be put into production using a 3D printer in the clinic. This makes a global dental service possible. With the additive manufacturing technique; many restorations and appliances can be produced such as inlay, onlay, veneer, crown, bridge, removable denture, splint, surgical guide, aligner etc.

Advantages of 3D Printers

  • Cost-effective
  • Time-efficient
  • Simplified clinical procedures
  • Very accurate restorations
  • Precisely produced restorations
  • Biocompatible
  • Good aesthetic character


1. (Brand: WaterLase iPlus) – ErCr YSGG : Hard and Soft Tissue Laser Device


2. (Brand: SOLASE Dental Diode Laser) – Diod Laser:  Soft Tissue Laser Device

3. (Brand: Sololase Pro Laser )– Diod Laser: Soft Tissue Laser Device


CAD / CAM Technology

CAD / CAM application in dentistry is the process by which is attained finished dental restoration through fine milling process of ready ceramic blocks. CAD / CAM is an acronym of english words Computer-Aided-Design (CAD) / Computer-Aided-Manufacture (CAM), respectively dental computer aided design and computer aided manufacture of veneers, inlays, onlays, crowns, bridges and removable dentures. It enables to standardize the prosthetic fabrication protocols and shorten the treatment process.

Advantages of CAD / CAM

  • Spending less time in the clinic
  • A simplified procedure
  • Precisely produced restorations
  • Operate more efficiently
  • Increase user/patient satisfaction
  • Outstanding aesthetic characteristics
  • Extremely biocompatibl



In dentistry, laser is used in treatments of both soft and hard tissues with the function of heating, vaporizing or cutting the tissue that light energy comes into contact with. The purpose of using the laser is to ensure that the feeling of pain that may occur in the patient is at a minimum level, and to perform treatments that protect healthy tissues and have healing properties. There is a wide variety of laser dental treatments that can help take care of all aspects of teeth and gums.

Treatments that can be performed with dental laser systems:

-Dentin hypersensitivity treatment

-Caries removal

-Endodontic treatments

-Wound healing

-Periodontal surgical treatments

-Bone surgeries

-Gum depigmentation

-Removal of pathological tissues

-Crown lengthening

-Frenectomy and frenotomy

-Oral mucositis treatment

-Removal of inflamed edematous tissues

-Drysocket treatment


Advantages of Dental Laser Systems:

– Minimally invasive treatment principle

– Less bleeding in soft tissues

– Less pain or no need for anesthesia

– Less traumatic, faster healing

– Disinfection effect

– No vibration or noise

– Time saving procedure


Intraoral Scanner

Intraoral scanner (IOS) is a device used in dentistry to take digital impressions. Independent of the techniques and materials used in traditional impression methods, with the digital impressions within seconds, both the accuracy and patient comfort are maximized. The intraoral scanners enables a full digital workflow which the 3D designs of restorations are carried out and then produced precisely on milling or 3D printing devices. Besides, digital impressions make it possible to quickly detect impression errors, easily repeat them, and analyze the current state of teeth on the digital platform.


Advantages of Intraoral Scanners

  • Improve patient comfort
  • Improve treatment acceptance
  • Time-efficient
  • Simplified clinical procedures
  • Gag reflex elimination
  • Better communication with patients
  • Impression taste elimination