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3Shape highly acclaimed Dental System 2012

Posted on January 1, 2012 · Posted in News & Events

Always at the forefront of CAD/CAM innovation, 3Shape has once again pioneered an exciting range of new digital features and dedicated workflows designed to help both labs and dentists, while streamlining the cooperation between them. 3Shape’s 2012 version is packed with even more indications, new features, improved functionality and new tools to improve productivity.

Some of its key features are:

  • 3Shape Communicate™ – Enables labs to collaborate closely with the dentist; technicians can send 3D design visualizations, screen shots and questions about cases to the dentist-directly from Dental System. The dentist can comment and approve a case before it is milled.
  • ModelBuilder™ – Allows technicians to design lab models for an extensive range of indications, including crown and bridge, implant models; directly from intraoral scans and conventional impression scans.
  • TRIOS® integration enables labs to receive TRIOS digital impression scans from the clinic directly into their Dental System Inbox™
  • Dynamic Virtual Articulator – Supports the market’s most widely recognized articulators, providing an optimal user-experience. Technicians can define and play their own motion sequences in customized scripts; and with the Occlusion Compass functionality, the colors of contact points are mapped to specific occlusion movements.
  • Temporaries and Diagnostic Wax-ups – A revolutionary workflow solution for producing temporary crowns and diagnostic wax-ups directly from the pre-preparation scan without ever pouring a gypsum model. (including Virtual Prep, Virtual Gingiva, CAD Temporaries and Virtual Diagnostic Wax-up design).
  • Multilayer Design – Enables highly productive bridge design for pressing or combinations of milled glass-ceramics and Zirconia. Automatically splits full anatomy designs into two true and entire parts, without undercuts or lost areas.
  • Improved SmileComposer™ – Optimized auto-placement of crowns and morphing to preparation.