How many times have you heard dentists say that they aren’t ready to invest in a full in-office cad/cad system because of the initial investment costs? Having not only had a full system but also a variety of stand-alone scanners, there are options to upgrade and stage your purchases to suit your practice growth. If you’re using a scanner at present but find that you’d like to add some in-office milling or restorations, Roland has the DXW-4 Dental Wet Mill. This 4-axis mill allows milling of glass ceramics and composites and takes up minimal counter-space. It produces bridges, crowns, inlays & onlays and allows 3 separate blocks to be milled at the same time. I’ve tried several mills and this one is of lab quality and provides great milling detail to provide high quality restorations. The nice thing about this mill is that it can accept stl files from a variety of scanners, so you don’t have to be limited to just one scanner (as long as you can export an stl file). The final piece required is chair-side design software. There are several good products now available on the market to work with a variety of scanners
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