Cloud-based CAD software now provides new possibilities for dentists including margin tool function, new inlay/onlay indications, and a pay-per export license option.
Described as the first-ever, cloud-based CAD software designed for dentists, Clinux CAD has expanded its range of capabilities and now allows users to mix and match the optimal design method on a tooth-by-tooth basis.
The 3 new innovations designed to expand the possibilities for customers are:
“The new indications open up a world of possibilities for dentists wishing to make their own CAD designs,” states Roddy MacLeod, Clinux Inc. CEO, in a press release. “Multiple-unit, simultaneous designing unlocks profitable workflows for the dentist, whether restoring a quadrant in 1 visit or a patient’s new smile.”
Clinux says the clinical convenience of the innovations allows users to mix and match the optimal design method on a tooth-by-tooth basis. “As an example, a user may use Database design when there is no useful pre-existing occlusion or Copy design, which is ideal for reproducing wax-ups in the anterior. In any scenario, we have worked to ensure the maximum clinical outcome through guided and intuitive workflows,” MacLeod adds in the press release.
Clinux CAD is the first ever Cloud-based CAD for dentists featuring guided workflows. Founded in 2020, the open system was developed by clinical experts, and allows dentists to quickly fabricate inlays, onlays, crowns, crownlays, and night guards/splints within the browser. Clinux imports scans from all IOS types and allows export of designs to dentistry’s most popular mills and 3D printers with one click, the company states.