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    Why CAD/CAM education is so critical

    Without education, technology can not be used to its fullest and students will not be properly prepared.

    As more and more practices bring at least some part of digital dentistry into their workflows, it has become critical for those investing in technology to know how to get the most out of it.

    It’s also just as important for today’s dental students to be best prepared to work in today’s evolving CAD/CAM culture, as well as be able to adapt to a future where same-day dentistry may become the norm.

    That’s why Planmeca CAD/CAM Solutions has always been big on education and is so involved in using Romexis Compare 2.0 adaptive learning technology for universities and students.

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    “Too often we look at the sizzle of technology, but it all goes back to the fact that it isn’t really useful if you don’t use it properly - education is always a big part of that,” said Gary Severance, DDS, chief marketing officer for E4D Technologies. “We have always stood behind education and support. You can have the best technology, but if it’s not used correctly, it’s worthless.”

    Two university professors, Drs. Walter Renne and Richard Callan, recently explained the importance of educating today’s dental students on CAD/CAM, as well as how they use Romexis Compare at their schools.

    Related reading: Design smiles, improve communication in minutes with Planmeca Romexis Smile Design

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