Nobody wants to wear dentures, but unfortunately, a large portion of the population will have to wear them at one point in their lives. The good news is that we have come such a long way since George Washington’s “wooden” teeth.
Today, companies like AvaDent use innovative CAD CAM technology to ensure that dentures not only look authentic, but that they fit into any mouth both comfortably and accurately.
AvaDent digital dentures are unlike other dentures on the market because of their unique manufacturing process. First, an impression and other measurements are taken of the patient’s mouth and converted to a digital file by the digital denture laboratory and then the denture is designed by computer.
AvaDent’s state-of-the-art process uses Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) along with CAD/CAM technology to create the perfect fit every time.
CAD vs CAM:The Difference between CAD & CAM
Although CAD and CAM technology serve different functions, they work together to make sure each process is completed correctly, so it is not a choice of CAD vs CAM. While CAD (or Computer Aided Design) uses computer technology for the preliminary stage of the process like drafting and design, CAM (or Computer Aided Manufacturing) uses machinery to complete the final stages.
CAE-driven CAD/CAM technology is sophisticated and has already revolutionized the way we think about dentures. To find out more about AvaDent and the benefits of using AvaDent, contact the company today or visit its website at http://www.avadent.com/.