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Digital Dentistry

Digital dental technology refers to advanced tools and equipment used in dental practices to enhance accuracy and patient comfort during various procedures. In the modern dental laboratory, digital dental technology has revolutionized the way dental professionals create and fabricate various dental restorations, such as crowns, bridges, and implants. This technology utilizes advanced equipment to improve accuracy, efficiency, and overall quality of prosthesis manufacturing, providing our patients with the highest standard of dental care and exceptional dental prosthetics, ensuring optimal oral health and a confident smile.


We are happy to be working with Apex Digital Lab Technologies Ltd who also uses this cutting-edge technology to offer state-of-the-art digital services!

PrograMill Ivoclar PM7

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This machine is suitable for a versatile variety of materials and applications in wet and dry milling processes. Equipped with a high-performance spindle, the highpower 5-axis milling machine efficiently produces restorations that are distinguished by their outstanding surface quality and excellent accuracy of fit.

Cerec PrimeScan


The Cerec PrimeScan is a high-tech intraoral scanner that replaces traditional impression-taking methods. Instead of using uncomfortable trays filled with gooey material, the PrimeScan captures precise 3D images of your teeth and gums using a small wand-like device. This process is quick, painless, and provides highly accurate digital impressions. It eliminates the need for messy materials and ensures a comfortable experience for patients.

Dentsply Sirona MC X5

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The MCX5 milling machine is a powerful computer-controlled device that precisely carves dental restorations from blocks of ceramic or metal materials. This advanced milling technology ensures a high level of accuracy in shaping the prostheses, resulting in a perfect fit for patients. By using computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) technology, the MCX5 eliminates the inconsistencies and errors that can occur with traditional manual methods, allowing for superior quality and longevity of the restorations.

Cerec PrimeMill & SpeedFire


Once the digital impressions are obtained, they are sent to the Cerec PrimeMill, a sophisticated milling machine. This machine utilizes computer-aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) technology to create custom dental restorations such as crowns, veneers, and bridges. The PrimeMill crafts these restorations with remarkable precision and speed, ensuring an exact fit for each patient's unique dental anatomy. This means fewer adjustments and a reduced number of visits, saving valuable time for patients.

Primeprint 1 & PPU - 3D Printer

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The Primeprint 3D printer is another remarkable piece of equipment utilized at our lab. It uses a layer-by-layer additive manufacturing process to create dental models, surgical guides, and temporary restorations. With its high precision and speed, the Primeprint ensures exceptional detail and accuracy in reproducing the intricacies of the patient's dental anatomy. It enables the dentist to visualize the final result and ensures accurate placement of implants or other restorations, resulting in optimal outcomes for patients. This also enables the dental lab technicians to create customized, patient-specific restorations that fit precisely and provide optimal functionality and aesthetics.

InEos Scanner


The InEos X5 digital scanner is an integral component of our digital workflow. It captures highly detailed 3D images of the patient's teeth and oral structures, replacing the need for traditional dental impressions. The scanner employs advanced optical technology to create a virtual model, allowing our technicians to design and fabricate restorations digitally. This eliminates the discomfort and inconvenience associated with traditional impressions, while also significantly reducing the turnaround time for the completion of dental restorations. The precise measurements obtained from the scanner ensure an accurate fit of the final prosthesis, improving patient comfort and satisfaction.

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