Concert Dental

Concert Dental Labs expands digital impression options

Sept. 18, 2014
Concert Dental Labs has expanded its options for dentists to send digital impressions.
Concert Dental Labs of Dallas has expanded its options for dentists to send digital impressions. With Concert Dental Labs, dentists can send digital impression files from their Cerec Connect, iTero, 3Shape Trios, 3M High Definition and more. Dentists can also use any open STL files to receive BruxZir, eMax, PFZs, PFMs, and even implant cases in single units and bridges.

In the past, dentists had two main options for the fabrication of their restorations – either using a dental lab or using a chair side system. Sending digital impression files to Concert Dental Labs captures the best of both worlds by improving quality and consistency while reducing turnaround time and cost over a growing range of indications and materials.

“Concert Dental Labs is always seeking to combine our technician’s talent with the best technology,” said founder and CEO David Lesh. “Digital impressions can improve the fit and consistency of the restorations, while simultaneously reducing time and cost, all of which are advantageous to the dentist and the patient.”

Simple, single unit restorations ordered through a digital impression are even available without a model. The quality, efficiency, and indications for digital impressions are improving daily.

Visit Concert Dental Labs for more information.

Related articles:
What your peers have to say about digital impressions
It's a new world of dentistry