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The MEDIT Times - Best Practices of February 2023

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We have gathered some impressive workflows from our users and can't wait to share them with our community.

As always, we invite you to share your workflow and helpful tips with us by joining the Medit Users Group on Facebook or by emailing us at mktg@medit.com.

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Rehabilitation Utilizing Medit Features

By Mohammed El-Sayed Abdulhady


Rehabilitation Utilizing Medit Features - The Medit Times - Medit


This patient came and refused implant tratment.


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First, for assurance, Dr. Mohammed El-Sayed Abdulhady motivated his patient with the Medit Smile Design App.



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Then, he scanned his patient and placed immediate temporaries utilizing the Medit Temporaries App.


Rehabilitation Utilizing Medit Features - The Medit Times - Medit




Bio Dynamic Digital Occlusion

By Mohamed Abd El Monem

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This was a challenging case of an increased overbite, generalized wear, and erosive condition with limited prosthetic space and group function occlusion.

Both the maximum intercuspation position (MIP) and the centric relation (CR) with a leaf gauge were scanned using the Medit "Multi Occlusion" function.

Dr. Mohamed Abd El Monem used Medit's Mandibular Movement function to record the patient's central occlusion and the right lateral/left lateral/protrusive movement of the mandible exported as a visualization object.

He then adjusted dynamic canine-protected occlusion according to the patient's individualized envelope of motion by converting the visualization objects to antagonists using the "Static Occlusion" slider in the "Free-Forming" tool.

No articulators were used.

The results were delivered with reduced chairside occlusal adjustment and equilibration time.




DIY Medit Desktop Cart

By Omar Clor


DIY Medit Desktop Cart - The Medit Times - Medit


Dr. Omar Clor says this took quite a bit of time designing then making.

Everything was DIY, and he made use of his experience from all of his hobbies to put it together: CAD, PC building, aluminum extrusion framework, woodworking, etc.

He bought everything from either Home Depot, Costco, or Amazon.



- 2020 Aluminum Extrusions for the frame
- Motherboard on an open frame test bench acrylic mounted directly on the frame
- UPS from Costco (1350VA/810 Watts) sandwiched in the frame with the PC power supply (with rubber underneath and in between any contact points for a tight and secure fit)
- Long 1x12 Poplar wood board from Home Depot (which he cut, routed, stained, and finished)
- Shell made of a 24x48 sheet of thin plexiglass from Home Depot that was bent with a heat gun and wrapped in vinyl wrap (3M 2080, designed for cars)
- 3 intake 120mm fans on the bottom, 3 exhausts on the back
- Power button on the front
- All cables to the monitor and the Medit cable go through the Ergotron LX monitor mount


- AMD Ryzen 7700x (with the AM5 socket for upgrading in the future)
- 3060 Ti (with plans to upgrade to the 4000 series if needed)
- Monitor: Dell 24” touchscreen
- Trackpad: Apple Magic Trackpad (with special drivers installed from GitHub to make it work naturally with Windows)


DIY Medit Desktop Cart - The Medit Times - Medit

DIY Medit Desktop Cart - The Medit Times - Medit