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[In Process Citation]. Swiss Dent J. 2015;125(6):713-28 Authors: Deak A, Marinello CP Abstract The combination of scanning technology and CAD/CAM procedures allows to significantly reduce working time clinically as well as for the dental laboratory. In comparison to conventional complete denture fabrication, the AvaDent® system provides specific trays and registration plates to complete all the required patient recordings and steps in the first appointment. By virtual modeling (CAD) and milling of the denture (CAM) out of a solid acrylic puck, time-consuming flasking and packing procedures are needless. Due to the abscence of any polymerisation shrinkage of the dentures, the precision of fit remains accurate. This system allows to efficiently deliver high-quality and cost-effective complete dentures for the edentulous patient in only two appointments. The clinical procedure is presented step-by-step and critically evaluated from the clinician’s point of view. PMID: 26179351 [PubMed - in process]
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