Medit Link: New features: Visual levels of Connectivity Post-scan progress indicator Case Sharing Percentage of processing Improvements: The latency time when navigating Medit Link Minor Tweaks: Deeper Colors “Scan box” to “Case Box” Left sidebar collapse iScan: New features: The option for a pre-op scan High Resolution toggle for partials Filtering levels Scan Replay Option to have a fixed point of view when scanning Impression scan mode Improvements: Improved scanning algorithm Improved processing times Improved Optimization process times in between arches Improved rendering Hello! My name is Luke and I am the clinical tech specialist at Dentcore. I wanted to share my experiences testing the new beta version to shed light on what might come in the near future. Medit has always been very good at talking to the masses about what is wanted and what can be improved by directly asking them [...]
PLEASE NOTE: As of 03/29/19, due to Medit offering their own extended warranty, DentCore's Total Protection Extended Warranty will be DISCONTINUED. Please see following link for details on currently active warranty information: https://dentcore.com/i500-manufacturers-warranty/ Following information details the terms and conditions of the DentCore Medit i500 Total Protection Extended Warranty Program (“Extended Warranty”): Coverage Terms: Coexistence with Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty. The Extended Warranty will coexist with the Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty, during the time both warranties are in effect. If during that time a warranty claim is made, then Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty shall be the primary source of warranty. If Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty does not provide coverage for the claim, then the Extended Warranty shall provide coverage, according to the terms set on this document. Medit i500’s Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty lasts for one year after the Customer Acceptance Protocol Agreement signature date. If a signed Acceptance Protocol does not exist [...]
Our Dentcore team will be in NY for the Greater New York Dental Meeting this November 25th - 28th! This year it'll be held at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center located on 11th Ave between 34th & 39th Street. Our team has prepared to showcase the Medit i500, EnvisionTEC 3D-printers and much more! We'll be at Booth 2208 so come stop by!
EnvisionTEC’s E-Dent 400 printing material for the Perfactory family of 3D printers is a biocompatible Class IIa and FDA-approved solution for the accurate 3D printing of crowns and bridges for long-term temporary use. E-Dent 400 can also be used for the 3D printing of very tough veneers that are extremely accurate and have a very fine surface finish. Full crowns or multi-unit bridges can be printed and the printed designs can also be cut back to allow for color layering and shading. Availability of 3D printable PMMA material for the dental clinical use is a giant step for dental CAD/CAM applications. Temporization is an intrinsic part of dentistry, as dental prosthetics must be personalized for each patient and final restorations takes days or weeks to fabricate. 3D printing technology bypasses all manufacturing hardships that milling technology has endured; there are no undercut limitations, minimum manufacturing space, noise, and [...]
Hey guy! Our Dentcore team will be attending the Georgia Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry this weekend Oct. 19th! It's gonna be great! Can't wait to see everyone there! It'll be held at Hyatt Regency Atlanta Perimeter 4000 Summit Boulevard Atlanta, GA 30319 [/column]
E-Guide Rigid PU is strong, flexible material with smooth finish. Originally designed for industrial prototyping applications, DentCore tested it for dental diagnostic wax-up application with resounding success. Due to the high accuracy of the EnvisionTEC build styles, fitting and margin quality is excellent. The greatest advantage of the E-Rigid PU over milling wax discs is the reduced amount of finishing time. The nature of DLP 3D printing technology prevents all undercuts from forming, which creates accurate finish on the lingual surface. Embrasures are smoothly formed, as opposed to milling, where the burs would often leave irregularities. Sprues are much smaller and easier to remove. Finally, the surface finish is smooth and doesn’t need additional handling. CAD/CAM has so much potential as technology continuously evolves. You never know where you may find new applications! https://envisiontec.com/3d-printing-materials/micro-materials/e-rigid-pu/
This guide will provide an overview of a method that allows a clinician with an intra oral scanner, such as the Medit i500, an easy and streamlined method of creating a verified, final model and deliver a temporary all-on-four restoration. Post-implant placement The clinician must provide the following to the laboratory: Wax Rim: For checking Vertical Dimension (VD). Clinician can send physical copy to laboratory, or scan the wax rim (in its entirety) with the IOS and send the digital file. IOS Scan of the arch + scan w/ Scan Bodies The laboratory can use the above information and fabricate the PMMA temporary restoration. TWO temporary restoration (both exactly the same) will be delivered from the lab. One will be used as a verification jig and the other as temporary restoration. Both will have large holes where the abutments will fit into. With the first one, do the [...]
Lab Day East 2018! We are gearing up for Lab Day East 2018! Come meet us at Booth E-25! Lab Day East 2018 will be held Saturday September 8th @Pennsylvania Convention Center in Center City Philadelphia. 1101 Arch St. · Philadelphia, PA 19107. See you there!