Dentsply Sirona Lab’s latest inLab SW 18.0 update covers a spectrum of indications and functions, designed to manage simultaneous work in a user-friendly way. The previous model design has been improved, the company reports, so full-arch models with removable dyes and models with implant analogs can be constructed, including a separate gingival mask for any kind of model. Different articulator systems can be put in, and the model can be marked individually. The completed model data for production can be provided with a 3-D printer or in central production via the optional STL interface.
In the area of implant restorative solutions, inLab is the first program to offer the option to design multilayer gingival bridges for the production of highly aesthetic, directly attached implants with a gingival section, Dentsply Sirona Lab says. The structure with the gingival section can be separated from the veneer structure for production from different materials, and the veneer structure can be processed as one piece, split into individual crowns, or made from a combination of the two depending on the aesthetic goal.
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