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Dental CAD/CAM Materials

Dental CAD/CAM (Computer-Aided Design/Computer-Aided Manufacturing) materials are used in the creation of dental restorations such as crowns, bridges, and veneers. These materials are designed to be strong, durable, and aesthetically pleasing, while also being compatible with the CAD/CAM software used by dental professionals.

Some common dental CAD/CAM materials include ceramics, such as zirconia and lithium disilicate, as well as resin composites and metals like titanium. These materials are often chosen for their biocompatibility, strength, and ability to blend in with the patient's natural teeth.

Different Types of Dental CAD/CAM Materials

What to Consider When Selecting Dental CAD/CAM Materials?

  • Strength and durability

    Strength and durability

    The material should be strong enough to withstand the forces of biting and chewing, as well as resist wear and tear over time.
  • Aesthetics


    The material should be able to match the color and translucency of the patient's natural teeth, and also maintain its appearance over time.
  • Biocompatibility


    The material should be safe for use in the patient's mouth, with minimal risk of allergic reactions or other adverse effects.
  • Processing characteristics

    Processing characteristics

    The material should be compatible with the CAD/CAM system being used, and easy to mill or print into the desired shape and size. Additionally, it should have minimal shrinkage during the processing steps to ensure accuracy and fit of the final restoration

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