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Mark Ferguson
Top 5 reasons your lab loves intraoral scanners
Top 5 reasons your lab loves intraoral scanners
Intraoral scanners are only growing in value—particularly for labs.
How guided implant surgery can deliver better patient care
How guided implant surgery can deliver better patient care
How digital tools and communication come together to deliver safer, more dependable implant results.
The state of 3D printing
The state of 3D printing
Mark Ferguson analyzes the state of 3D printing, looking both at what it can do now and what the future might hold for it.
Why it's time to embrace the digital workflow
Why it's time to embrace the digital workflow
Mark Ferguson explains why dental technicians should embrace a digital workflow to the fullest extent they're able.
How to understand and handle today's digital workflow

As technicians, we all want to be comfortable with the workflow to process cases through the lab. Most technicians are most comfortable with what they have been doing for years. They may bring CAD/CAM into the process here and there, but they haven’t fully given in to the digital revolution. Yet, with a greater understanding of today’s machines and software, the dental lab can improve on this, providing more precise restorations while still improving turnaround time.

The List: Top 5 CAD/CAM terms you need to know

The CAD/CAM world can be confusing if you don't understand the terminology. Read the top five terms you need to know below:

How to handle digital files from your dental clients

The word’s out! Digital dentistry is no longer a dream. It isn’t about the future. It is here and now. It is here to stay. Unfortunately, as with any fast-evolving methodology, doctors have an abundance of choices to handle their digital requirements.