Dental prosthetics
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Dental prosthetics

Digital dental technology offers numerous advantages

Digital technologies optimise the work of dental laboratories. They also facilitate cooperation between laboratories and dental clinics. Thanks to revolutionary developments in scanning technology, CAD/CAM software and milling technology, dental technicians can now create extremely precise dental prosthetics very quickly. Patients are satisfied with the aesthetics and fit, while the labs themselves benefit from higher productivity, shorter production cycles, greater accuracy and easy reproducibility of work. In short, digital technology increases the efficiency and profitability of each dental lab.

Cost-friendly solutions

Traditionally, the equipment required to make dental prosthetics is extremely expensive. Such machines are often very large as well, and take up a lot of space. Roland DG offers attractive alternatives on both these counts. Our dental milling machines are compact and require only a modest investment. In addition, they bring in quick returns, thereby often enabling you to recoup your investment within the shortest possible time. This makes digital dental technology highly attractive to smaller labs and one-man firms.

Open systems

Our milling machines are perfectly compatible with your existing workflow. These are open systems that you can use in conjunction with the scanner, CAD/CAM software, tools and materials of your choice.

Ease and versatility

Our machines are extremely user-friendly, thanks among other things, to the automatic tool changer, automatic calibration and built-in diagnostic tools. You can also use them to work on various types of materials. Examples include zirconium, wax, PMMA, acrylic, Peek, hybrid composites and nano-ceramics.

Easy Shape

Visit our Easy Shape website and discover what Roland DG can mean for your dental lab.